Jacob “The Jeweler” Sues Scarface for Non-Payment
Embattled jeweler to the stars Jacob Arabo is suing legendary Houston MC Scarface for $37,000 that he claims he is owed for jewelry purchased back in 2002. According to the New York Post, Arabo filed the lawsuit last week in Manhattan Supreme Court against the rapper, whose real name is Bradley Jordan. The suit does not specify what exactly Jordan purchased from Arabo, but notes that he neglected to respond to payment requests on several occasions. Arabo is currently free on $100,000 bail while he awaits trial on federal money laundering charges. He is accused of helping the Black Mafia Family, an alleged drug organization, launder over $270 million in drug proceeds.