Jimmy Henchman (real name James Rosemond) is facing life in prison after being found guilty on all charges in his drug trafficking case.
The fallen music mogul, who once managed Brandy, The Game and Akon, was convicted on 13 indictments, including cocaine distribution, conspiracy, money laundering, firearms possession and witness tampering.
Prosecutors say Rosemond used his title of CEO of Czar Entertainment as a front for his bicoastal cocaine ring that brought in $10 million-a-year moving money and narcotics from New York to California. Much of the illicit product was disguised in music equipment cases. Rosemond’s defense team had argues that he “never touched a kilo of cocaine.”
Rosemond will be sentenced at a later date.