Early this morning (Sept. 29), federal agents raided the home of rapper Mally Mall during an ongoing human trafficking investigation.
Reports Las Vegas Review-Journal:
FBI agents Monday morning raided the Las Vegas Valley home and escort service of rapper Mally Mall in an investigation into human trafficking.
Agents assigned to the FBI’s public corruption squad in Las Vegas, which also investigates civil rights violations, simultaneously executed search warrants at Mall’s 4311 E. Oquendo Road home and his escort service, Las Vegas Concierge, at 6207 Dean Martin Dr. The company was incorporated in December 2012, records show.
Mall’s southeast valley home is listed under another name associated with him, Jamal Rashid, according to county records.
Joseph Dickey, the supervisor of the public corruption squad, declined to provide details of the investigation.
Mall could not immediately be reached for comment.
One neighbor watched as an FBI armored vehicle pushed open the gate to Mall’s home, she said. When police raided the home years earlier their armored car tore off the gate doors, said another woman.
“Maybe they were being nicer this time,” the neighbor said.
The police helicopter landed in Mall’s yard a short time later. The neighbors watched as agents brought two large bags from the home, but they weren’t sure agents were carrying evidence against Mall or their own equipment.
None of the women were overly concerned about the allegations against their longtime neighbor, they said, but they still didn’t want to put their names in the paper for fear of offending him.
“We want our kids to be safe,” said one woman.
Mall is known for his exotic collection of animals but agents left those be. The story is still developing.
Photo: Instagram/Mally Mall