50 Cent Is Making Moves to Seize Teairra Mari’s Assets to Collect
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is preparing to confiscate Teairra Mari’s assets as condition of a $37,000 judgment the singer owes the rap artist after an alleged revenge porn case in 2019.
Attorneys for Jackson submitted court paperwork in Los Angeles Superior Court alleging that Mari, whose true name is Teairra Mar Thomas, refused to pay $30,000 in lawyer costs. Jackson payed while defending himself against allegations that the “Power” co-creator indulged in “revenge porn” after he shared a sexually explicit video of Mari reportedly released by her ex-boyfriend Akbar Abdul-Ahad.
According to the recently filed records acquired by Radar Online, an extra $4,492 was added to the verdict after Mari was sanctioned in the case. The outstanding debt has additionally accumulated $2,597.80 in interest.
Jackson’s attorneys have filed a writ of execution on Mari and are aggressively seeking information about her income and resources in order to recoup the damages.