Earlier this year, after being accused of playing a role in the Tupac shooting, music executive James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond was caught partaking in a little side venture. Allegedly, he was running a drug ring that involved the cross-country shipping of kilos of cocaine and the exchange of millions of dollars.

Rosemond is currently being held in custody while the investigation continues, and as the FBI digs deeper, the plot continues to thicken. The latest suspicion is that the offices of Interscope Records were used as shipping points and pick-up spots, and Game's road manager is one of the people thought to be involved.

The investigators suspect that Henchman used his music management company, appropriately titled Czar Entertainment, to disguise the packages of coke and cash as legitimate business deliveries. One member of the drug ring has already plead guilty to narcotics trafficking as part of a plea deal, and he admitted that he helped cover up the operation.

If found guilty of the charges against him, the 46-year-old Jimmy Henchman could spend the rest of his life in jail. Undoubtedly, there will be movies made about his story.

[The Smoking Gun]