The man who just last year was identified as a federal informant, is now being sought by the feds for his role in a cocaine distribution ring.
Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond was indicted last week, but so far authorities haven't been able to track him down.
In September of 2010 Rosemond, who had been a very vocal proponent of the "stop snitching" campaign was outed by the New York Daily News as a being a snitch himself. According to their report the CEO of Czar Entertainment "has given information at least three times to state and federal law enforcement officials since the mid-1990s".
Among the artists who might be in the market for new management soon if Rosemond is convicted are Brandy, Akon, Sean Kingston and others.
Rosemond's attorney, Jeffrey Lichtman acknowledged today that there is a warrant out for his client, but alleges to not have seen it yet.
"I don't dispute the fact that there is an arrest warrant, but I haven't seen it," he told MTV. "I suppose they're looking for him now, and when they find him, the case will start."
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