It seems that there’s allegations that the record production company that have both Lady Gaga, U2 and rapper The Game signed to their label have been accused of trafficking cocaine and vacuumed packed $20 dollar bills in equipment cases from Los Angeles to New York. After a yearlong investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration has resulted in the incitement of James Rosemond on 18 felony charges which could land him in prison for the rest of his life if convicted.
The cases were allegedly stuffed with the proceeds from the cocaine sales and distributed to the Los Angeles studios. Meanwhile the company responsible for shipping the cases, Rock-It Cargo Ltd declined comment and the DEA report didn’t mention whether or not the company was aware that it was happening. Federal Prosecutors say that it was possible that Interscope Records employees were not aware that the company was being used as a way station. It has also been made known that The Games road manager has also been implicated in the drug-trafficking ring.