Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond's court case came to a close today and he was found guilty of all charges against him.
James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond has been found guilty of all thirteen charges that were brought against him in his recent trial.
The music industry mogul, who was the CEO of Czar Entertainment, managed such artists as Akon, Brandy, Groove Theory, Gucci Mane, Game, Michael K. Williams, Mike Tyson, Sheek Louch and others.
Rosemond was charged for being at the head of the "Rosemond Organization." They allegedly shipped hundreds of kilograms of cocaine on a weekly basis from the West Coast using a variety of courier services.
The drugs were then shipped to New York, and the profits were sent back to the West Coast.
During his sentencing, Rosemond was said to be emotionless. Rosemond's lawyer spoke to AHH about the verdict, saying, "I am very disappointed by the verdict. There were a lot of reasons to doubt the government’s case."
Rosemond is facing life in prison, and will be sentenced at a later date.