This Article is the first entry in this Author’s Series on the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy filing of Curtis James Jackson III, or the man more famously known as 50 Cent, Fiddy, and sometimes, G Unit. The entries in this Series will be presented, as follows:
FULL PETITION AND SCHEDULES WITH ANALYSIS IN FIFTY CENT’S CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY
FULL COURT DOCKET AND ANALYSIS IN THE CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY OF CURTIS JAMES JACKSON, III, ALSO KNOWN AS THE RAPPER FIFTY CENT
EXAMINATION OF ADVERSARY PROCEDING S IN THE BANKRUPTCY OF CURTIS JAMES JACKSON, III, ALSO KNOWN AS THE RAPPER FIFTY CENT
HIP HOP INVADES THE BLUE BLOODS OF CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY REORGANIZATION
Curtis James Jackson III, more famously known as 50 Cent, filed Chapter 11 Bankruptcy on July 13, 2015. His Bankruptcy Case was filed in the US Bankruptcy Court, in the District of Connecticut, in Hartford. The Bankruptcy Case Number is 15-21233.
The Judge assigned to the Bankruptcy Case of Mr. Jackson is Ann M. Nevins.
Curtis Jackson lists his address in the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy as 50 Poplar Hill Drive, Farmington, Connecticut. Curtis Jackson is represented in the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy by numerous Attorneys: James Berman and John Cesaroni of Zeisler and Zeisler; Sherli M Furst, Paul LiCalsi, Ofer Reger, David B Shemano, and Craig Weiner of Robins Kaplan; and John D Gaither, James Muenker, and Patrick J Neligan of Neligan Foley.
The United States Trustee in the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy of Fifty Cent is represented by Holley L Claiborn, Abigail Hausberg, and Kim L McCabe.
Mr. Jackson’s Attorney, William A Brewster III of Brewer Attorneys & Counselors issued a Statement: “This filing for personal bankruptcy protection permits Mr. Jackson to continue his involvement with various business interests and continue his work as an entertainer while he pursues an orderly reorganization of his business affairs”.
This 9 part Series on the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy of Curtis James Jackson III, aka 50 Cent, will examine some of the more salient aspects of Mr. Jackson’s Bankruptcy, including the Litigation and eventual Judgment resulting from 50 Cent publishing a sex tape featuring the former romantic attachment of Rapper, Rick Ross. This Series will also examine the Litigation relating to 50 Cent’s disastrous partnership with headphone company, Sleek Audio, both preceding the Bankruptcy filing, and within the Bankruptcy Court. This Series will also examine other prominent Creditors in the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy of 50 Cent, including the holder of the Mortgage on Mr. Jackson’s Connecticut mansion, and Child Support and Domestic Obligations owed to the mother of Mr. Jackson’s child.
Further, this Series will examine the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in a detail to be found in no other place on the internet. This Author will present, unedited, the Petition in Mr. Jackson’s Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, including the important Bankruptcy Schedules, List of Creditors and Assets, and Income.
Numerous Adversary Proceedings have been filed in Mr. Jackson’s Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. We will define and discuss the importance of the Adversary Proceedings in Mr. Jackson’s Bankruptcy, and related strategies employed by the Attorneys, both for the Debtor and the Creditors.
If you are really interested in the celebrity known as 50 Cent, or in the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy of 50 Cent, or in the mechanism of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, in general, this Series should be of benefit to you. The detail and breadth of information and analysis regarding the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy of Curtis James Jackson, III, also known as Fifty Cent, found in this Series will be unparalleled.
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