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Jeweler Accuses 50 Cent and Members of His Entourage of Beating and Robbing Him of Rolex and Gold Cahin worth $250K

May 11, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Jeweler Accuses 50 Cent and Members of His Entourage of Beating and Robbing Him of Rolex and Gold Cahin worth $250K

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A Jeweler who provides bling to many clients in the rap industry says 50 Cent and his entourage beat him with pistols and took an expensive Rolex and gold chain worth $250,000 according to TMZ.

Curtis Jackson aka 50 Cent and his members of his crew are being accused of robbing the owner of LAX Jewelry, Robert Marin, during the weekend of the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas.

Robert Marin show the physical injuries he sustained during the attack by 50 Cent's entourage

Robert Marin show the physical injuries he sustained during the attack by 50 Cent’s entourage

Marin said he traveled to Las Vegas to sell the watch and chain to 50 Cent, who performed at the Cromwell Hotel the night before the fight. He attended a party with the rapper at Drai’s Nightclub where they partied on Friday Night.

Afterward, 50 Cent invited him to visit Mayweather’s gym. Marin claims that as soon as they stepped in the gym, two members of 50 Cent’s security detail pistol-whipped him in the back of the head and robbed him of the expensive items.

Scott Leemon, the attorney for 50 Cent, categorically denied the accusations to TMZ. ‘On behalf of 50, I can adamantly deny that he or his security had anything to do with these baseless and false allegations,” Leemon said

50 Cent and Mayweather recently made up after a having an ongoing public feud; the rapper attended the fight and supported Mayweather, even bragging at one point that he was wagering $1.6million on Mayweather to win.

Last year, the co-owner of the hip-hop channel Slowbucks, Windsor Lubin, who goes by the name Slow, accused the rapper and his crew of robbing him at last year’s Summer Jam concert in New Jersey.

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