Sean Kingston Arrested in California: FRAUD and THEFT Charges Follow Florida Raid


After authorities raided Sean Kingston’s residence in Florida earlier in the day, he was arrested in California without incident.

The singer of “Beautiful Girls,” whose real name is Kisean Paul Anderson, was apprehended close to the Army post Fort Irwin, which is located around 150 miles northeast of Los Angeles, as revealed to Page Six by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office.

His arrest had been warranted on multiple counts of theft and fraud. Following the search of his Florida home and the subsequent arrest of his mother on fraud charges, Sean Kingston has spoken out.

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The San Bernardino, California, jail will take 34-year-old Kingston into custody, as reported by the public information officer.

Page Six reached out to the Jamaican performer’s representatives for comment after his detention, but they did not immediately answer.

After leading investigators to the 14,000 square-foot mansion in Southwest Ranches, South Florida, where Kingston resides, detectives from the Dania Beach District, the Strategic Investigations Unit, and a police SWAT squad conducted a raid on Thursday morning. Sean Kingston’s mother gets arrested for fraud and theft after police raid his Florida house.

Janice Turner, the 61-year-old mother of the “Take You There” singer, was arrested on suspicion of fraud and theft, even though the musician himself was not there during the search.

Kingston took to social media on Thursday afternoon to discuss the incident. With an Instagram Story caption reading, “People love negative energy!” he tweeted. Mom and I are doing OK! … My legal team is currently taking care of everything.

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Ver Entertainment allegedly sued the “Fire Burning” singer in February for unpaid expenses relating to the sale and installation of a 232-inch television, and the singer’s detention is believed to be tied to their continuing legal dispute.

Dennis Card, the company’s attorney, told Local 10 News on Thursday that the defendant “basically has a sales pitch that he goes through to defraud people.”

In the end, he tricks them into giving him pricey gifts. An organized and systematic scam, this is.

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