50 Cent Wins Lawsuit Against Employee Who Stole $6.2M From Him, Seizes His Assets

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50 Cent has published a photo of the employee who stole $6.2 million from him, as well as details about what he plans to do with the employee’s seized assets.

Mitchell Green, the former brand management director of 50 Cent’s champagne company La Chemin du Roi, was found guilty of stealing millions of dollars from the corporation.

According to media sources, Mitchell Green, who was previously the spirits company’s Director of Brand Management, allegedly boosted the product’s costs and was “receiving kickbacks from wholesalers to the tune of $2.2 million in so-called ‘agency fees.'”


Green confessed after two years of allegedly taking money from 50 Cent because someone threatened to expose him.

An arbitrator ruled that Green must repay the immoral gains, as well as $948,096 paid to a wholesaler and $2.7 million in attorneys’ fees, for a total payment of over $6 million.

The arbitrator’s ruling was then confirmed by a Manhattan judge in June 2022.

Green, on the other hand, filed an appeal, which was denied, resulting in an extra $89,305.50 in attorney’s costs in November 2022.

Now, 50 Cent is doubling down on getting paid his dues.

On Instagram, he reposted an article with the headline “50 Cent Ready To Seize Ex-Employee’s Property Over $6M Lawsuit.”

“Look I’m a need that by Monday!” 50 Cent wrote in his caption.

Today, March 15, 50 Cent shared a photo of a house he intends to seize from Green. He also shared a photo of Mitchell Green and his wife and wrote: “I think i’m gonna put Epoxy floors in this place. I’m gonna keep it and his family pictures around, you know as a theme for the place. LOL.”


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