Rapper 50 Cent Ask Judge To Keep Utility Company From Shutting Down His Massive Unit
|Rapper 50 Cent Ask Judge To Keep Utility Company|
From Shutting Down His Massive Unit
The entertainer, real name Curtis Jackson III, ususally shells out $72,000 in monthly expenses at his Connecticut estate.
On July 24, the jury ordered 50 Cent to pay an additional $2 million in punitive damages after his bankruptcy bid.
|50 Cent Mansion|
The rapper was also embroiled in a $18 million lawsuit over his headphones businesses, and says his costly legal woes have forced him to file for Chapter 11.
The musician has sold more than $22 million albums, and Forbes once estimated the entertainer and businessman's net worth at $150 million.
However, in bankruptcy paperwork 50 Cent reported $32 million in debts - including $2,000 he owed to his grandfather.
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And this is interesting ... between gas and electric, 50 drops an average of $10,597 a month. Remember, he has a 50,000 square foot mansion in Connecticut which he bought from Mike Tyson.