The seven indictments out of Georgia include several familiar faces including a “Thor” actor and Hip Hop media personality.
The AJC reported:
Among those indicted were: Ion Overman, an actress who appeared in the early-2000s TV series “Port Charles,” as well as “Desperate Housewives” and Tyler Perry’s “Madea Goes to Jail”; Carlos “Clos” Stephens, a music producer and consultant who has worked with Master P and Little Romeo; Dale Godboldo, an actor who appeared in “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” “Thor” and awards-season darling “The Year of the Dog”; and Marvin Lewton, a media personality covering hip-hop known as OG Shadi Powers.
Although the companies and businesses of the 19 people named in seven indictments are established all around the United States, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of Georgia is handling these cases. The artists and celebrities named have not issued statements regarding the allegations.
Most recently, we reportedly on Pretty Ricky singer Baby Blue agreeing to a plea deal for his alleged involvement in a million-dollar PPP scam. Love & Hip Hop star Mo Fayne was also convicted in connection to similar charges and reportedly faces upwards of 151 months in prison.