50 CENT ORDERED NOT TO SELL BURNED DOWN MANSION.
A New York judge has reportedly ordered 50 Cent not to sell his Long Island mansion that was destroyed by a suspicious fire last month. 50 Cent and his ex-girlfriend, Shaniqua Tompkins, have been fighting over the house after the rapper attempted to have her evicted from the home unless she paid rent. Tompkins retaliated by filing a breach of contract lawsuit claiming that the rapper promised to buy her the house. According to The Associated Press, New York State Supreme Court Justice Carol Edmead ordered 50 Cent on Tuesday (June 10) not to sell the house. He also told the rapper to put all the insurance proceeds from the fire into a trust account until the dispute between him and Tompkins is resolved. Fire officials who arrived at the house to distinguish the blaze called the fire 'suspicious' and determined it as arson. A 5-gallon gas container would also be found on the grounds. Their investi gation is still underway. Tompkins has accused Fif of starting the fire and threatening to kill her. She claimed that she heard someone break into the house before the fire broke out. 50 Cent, who was in Louisiana shooting a movie when the fire occurred, has denied Tompkins claims. Neither Tompkins nor 50 Cent have been named as suspects by authorities.
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