Czar Entertainment exec ready to spill the beans in exchange for lighter sentence.
The case against James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond is growing. Tony Martin, a former executive of Henchman's Czar Entertainment will testify against him in court, reports AllHipHop.
Martin has decided to cooperate with the federal government in the case against Henchman in exchange for a more lenient sentence. Martin, who was named and charged with multiple felonies alongside Henchman, will now be sentenced for money laundering in January as a result of the deal.
As previously reported, the hip-hop mogul, who has been a manager to Game, Akon, Brandy and Sean Kingston, plead not guilty to charges of "intentionally conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine, witness tampering and obstruction of justice."
After being on the run from federal authorities for just over a month, Henchman was arrested in New York on June 21 after being apprehended by federal agents. He is currently being held without bail on charges for running the nationwide cocaine operation.
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