Date: March 2007
What Happened: In 2007, Tony Yayo and his entourage approached Jimmy Henchman’s 14-year-old son while he was walking towards the Czar Entertainment offices. Multiple reports claimed that Yayo and company surrounded the boy and backhanded him across the face for repping the management company that also represented Game.
Yayo was later arrested on charges of harassment and endangering the welfare of a child. But thanks to his lawyer Scott Leemon, Yayo's charges were eventually dismissed as part of a plea deal to a lesser, noncriminal harassment charge, which resulted in only 10 days of community service and no jail time.
However, G-Unit's Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher stepped up and said he did in fact assault Henchman's son and was sentenced to nine months in prison. Two weeks after being released from prison, Lodi Mack was shot and killed in the Bronx. Jimmy Henchman was eventually implicated in the murder.