A woman who was beaten by an associate of 50 Cent’s at his Connecticut mansion won a judgment yesterday (April 8) in court.
Shana Chin, 24, claimed that Dwayne McKenzie, a member of 50 Cent’s entourage who lives in the mansion, beat her during a Memorial Day party in 2008.
McKenzie and Chin had been dating since 2007, but the relationship went sour when she found out McKenzie was allegedly cheating on her.
A fight between the two took place in McKenzie’s bedroom in on Memorial Day in May of 2008 and McKenzie allegedly chocked and slapped Chin.
A Waterbury Superior Court ruled in favor of Chin after the judge presiding over the case ruled that there was enough evidence to support Chin’s claims of assault.
McKenzie has been ordered to pay $30,000 and has already taken a violence education program.
McKenzie is a member of 50 Cent’s entourage who has had several encounters with police in Connecticut.
In August of 2007, he was arrested for firing a gun at a man who attempted to steal his chain outside of a Hartford nightclub.
McKenzie was rearrested in October of 2007, after he allegedly pistol-whipped a promoter, after the man failed to announce an after party taking place at 50 Cent’s mansion.
In August of 2009, he was arrested again for allegedly brawling with a woman who refused to give him oral sex at the mansion.
During her testimony, Chin made the shocking allegations that McKenzie was the culprit who firebombed 50 Cent’s mansion Dix Hills, Long Island mansion in May of 2008.
No one was been arrested for the fire, which police have already deemed suspicious