Theft and Fraud Allegations: Rapper Sean Kingston Extradited to Florida for $1m Scheme – Shocking Details Inside!

Fort Irwin, southern California – Rapper Sean Kingston has agreed to be extradited to Florida, where he and his mother are facing allegations of committing over $1 million in fraud and theft. Kingston, whose legal name is Kisean Anderson, signed paperwork in California waiving his right to challenge the extradition, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department confirmed.

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office accused Kingston, 34, and his mother Janice Turner, 61, of orchestrating a scheme to defraud several businesses out of more than $1 million, involving jewelry, money, a luxury car, and more. Florida police raided a residence near Fort Lauderdale, where Kingston was named as living in court documents. The Jamaican-born singer, known for hits such as “Beautiful Girls” and “Fire Burning,” reportedly remains in a Southern California jail.

In addition to the allegations of fraud and theft, Kingston is also facing a separate lawsuit where a company claims he did not fully pay for a large TV and sound system. The company alleges that Kingston made false representations to induce installation of the products with the promise of creating promotional videos with Justin Bieber, but failed to make the remaining payments, leading to a breach of contract and fraud lawsuit.

A lawyer representing Kingston and his mother stated that they are prepared to address the allegations in court and are confident of a successful resolution. Prior to his arrest, Kingston reassured his followers on social media that he and his mother were doing well and that their legal team was handling the situation. The timeline for Kingston’s extradition to Florida remains unclear, as California sheriff’s officials seek to coordinate the process with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office.