Henchman’s Brothers Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison
Kesnar Rosemond, the brother of imprisoned hip hop manager James “ Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond, was sentenced to 12 years in prison yesterday (October 6) for his part in a nationwide cocaine distribution operation.
Kesnar, 50, who was also found guilty of wire fraud and identity theft, previously pleaded guilty to the charges in an attempt to receive a lightened sentence, according to The New York Post.
Prosecutors claim Kesnar Rosemond had a complex scheme of using loan information obtained from an undisclosed car dealership to create bogus accounts.
He then used reputable shipping companies to transport millions of dollars in cocaine from coast to coast.
Henchman is currently in jail, accused of being the mastermind behind the national cocaine distribution outfit.
Prosecutors say he used his business CZAR Entertainment as a front for his drug dealings and even say he shipped drugs to various recording studios.