Jimmy Henchmen Facing Federal Gun Charges

Beleaguered talent manager and alleged criminal mastermind James “Jimmy Henchmen” Rosemond has been the target of police officials after getting slammed with drug trafficking charges over the summer.

The co-owner of Czar Entertainment, which reportedly once managed the careers of singers Akon and Brandy and rapper The Game, now has to contend with additional charges after Drug Enforcement Administration officials seized firearms after conducting searches of his properties.

Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn indicted Rosemond with the additional gun charges after finding a Mac-11 sub-machine gun and a Ruger 9mm semi-automatic pistol in the searches. With a prior felony conviction already on his record, Jimmy Henchmen could face the mandatory minimum of 30 years for possession of the machine gun alone under federal law. Read more…