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New court documents detail rapper PnB Rock's final moments before he died in Los Angeles on Sept. 12.

Charging paperwork shows the aspiring rapper and his girlfriend arrived at a Los Angeles restaurant before his killers got there.

The documents contradict an earlier report that the suspects were waiting in a vehicle outside the restaurant when the rapper arrived in his Bentley.

In the criminal complaint filed Thursday, Sept. 29, prosecutors say a "man in a red shirt" was outside the restaurant when he saw PnB Rock walk inside. The unidentified man noticed that PnB Rock was wearing expensive jewelry.

Prosecutors said the man lurked outside Roscoe's until Freddie Lee Trone arrived driving a black Buick Enclave. Trone parked, walked up to the man in red, and spoke with him near the entrance to Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles. He then returned to his car and drove off while PnB Rock was still inside the restaurant.

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Meanwhile, Trone's 17-year-old son "armed himself with a handgun" and put on a mask, prosecutors say.

Freddie Lee Trone dropped the teen off near the strip mall where Roscoe's is located. The teenager approached Roscoe's, passed the man in red, and went inside. As he entered the restaurant, the man in red left the area.

The teen then approached the table where PnB Rock was eating with his girlfriend, Stephanie, and pointed the gun at him. According to prosecutors, the teen said, "Give me all of your jewelry, now!" He then shot PnB Rock in the chest while the rapper remained seated at the table. As PnB Rock fell to the floor, the teen allegedly shot him twice more in the back, prosecutors said.

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He then turned to Stephanie and yelled, "Show me your hands! Give me that shit right now! I swear to God! I shoot you in the head!" He snatched her watch and then grabbed PnB Rock's jewelry.

Freddie Lee Trone drove into the parking lot outside Roscoe's as his son rushed outside and hopped into the car. They fled the restaurant, and parked the car several blocks from their residence, prosecutors alleged.

They later burned the car to get rid of evidence.

Police say father and son are members of the 87 Gangster Crips. Rock was allegedly robbed and killed because he did not "check in" with gang members who control the territory around the restaurant.

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A New York jeweler is fighting the Fulton County DA's office for the return of jewelry seized from jailed rapper Young Thug's mansion.

Rafaello & Company, a New York jewelry store, filed court papers claiming ownership of all the jewelry seized when Young Thug was arrested for RICO violations in May.

The state also seized Thugger's luxury vehicles and other valuables during a raid on his Buckhead home.

Gabriel Jacobs, owner of Rafaello & Company, says he is the rightful owner of the jewelry and he wants it back.

The document filed by Jacobs in June claims "the State seized numerous pieces of jewelry. Specifically, much of the jewelry seized belonged to Rafaello & Company (a New York jewelry store that specializes in custom jewelry."

Jacobs said the jewelry was "loaned" to Thugger and was not rightfully his.

The company said that it could prove the jewelry was loaned to Thug and owned by Jacobs.

Documents filed by Young Thug's lawyer Brian Steel stated authorities seized $149,426.00 in cash from the house as well as firearms, vehicles, including a Corvette and a Porsche, and 87 pieces of jewelry.

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The jewelry included gold and diamond pendants, bracelets, necklaces, rings, earrings, a limited edition gold Patek Philippe watch, an engraved Rolex, and other items worth well over $1 million.

Steel even noted that the officers took clothing and other objects with the YSL and Young Slime Life logos on them.

"Officers located and seized from inside the kitchen of Mr. Williams' 355 Allison Drive residence a green hooded sweatshirt on which there was printed the phrase 'SLIME OVER S#### Make America Slime Again,'" the document read.

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. won a legal victory when a NY judge tossed out a lawsuit filed by a jeweler who claimed he refused to pay a $400,000 bill.

According to court documents obtained by, a federal judge dismissed the lawsuit brought by Eric & Co Trading Company.

The jeweler claimed Mayweather showed up at one of its pop-up events in Miami and took a treasure trove of jewelry with the promise to pay later.

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Eric & Co, said Mayweather walked away with a gold Cartier diamond bracelet, a $34,000 diamond necklace, a $12,000 "iced out choker", 3 custom white gold "TMT" pieces, a $20,000 diamond/emerald cut butterfly necklace, a diamond tennis bracelet and other items.

The total price tag for the items came to $389,550 plus tax, Radar Online reports.

The day after the event, Eric & Co. emailed an invoice to Mayweather who confirmed he received it.

The jeweler made multiple attempts to collect the outstanding amount from Mayweather.

The jeweler said Mayweather is a regular customer and it never had an issue with the boxer paying his bills on time.


Eric & Co said they served Mayweather's girlfriend with a lawsuit at the fighter's Miami mansion.

The case dragged on for months and Mayweather didn't show up in a NY court for the hearing.

A New York judge tossed the case out because it was brought in the wrong jurisdiction. The lawsuit should have been filed in Florida where the alleged theft occurred.

No new lawsuit has been filed in a Florida court, Radar Online reports.

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The Los Angeles Police Department issued a warning to residents and tourists to stop flashing expensive diamond jewelry and watches as violent crimes increase.

Police are searching for suspects in separate robberies in the Melrose District, according to the NY Post.

Both incidents involved masked men attempting to steal Rolex watches from two individuals.

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Police issued an alert warning people to be aware of their surroundings and stop wearing expensive Rolex watches and diamond jewelry in restaurants and bars.

Watches can be left at home since everyone carries cell phones that display the time.


Expensive watches, designer handbags, and jewelry should be worn to private events and parties, not to run errands, since you make yourself an easy target for broke criminals.

The LAPD issued similar warnings when robbing crews followed unsuspecting shoppers home from retail stores and supermarkets.

Police arrested one thug who shot a man wearing a Rolex watch as he walked in an alley near his store on April 10.

Jamario Kevin Ray, 22, was arrested a few days later and charged with attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and being a felon in possession of a firearm, the Post reported.

His next hearing is scheduled on Wednesday.

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A Waka Flocka fan returned the rapper's custom jewelry after holding on to it for 4 years.

Waka discovered his coveted $25,000 wild Wild West gun pendant was missing four years ago.

The Atlanta-based rapper had given up hope of ever seeing the chain again. However, a fan recently DM'd him to say he had the pendant and he wanted to return it.

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According to VladTV, Waka flew the fan to Atlanta to retrieve his precious pendant.

Waka shared a video of the exchange on his Instagram Story. "Can't believe he DM me and said I had your chain for four years. I flew him and now we partying all weekend," Waka wrote.

In the video, the fan is seen sitting in the back seat of Waka's car while holding a Crown Royal bag containing the pendant.

Waka, 35, is best known for his hit singles "Hard in da Paint" and "No Hands." He also starred in Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta with his wife Tammy Rivera.

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Khloe Kardashian was surprised to receive a diamond necklace and promise ring from ex-fiancé Tristan Thompson during Sunday's episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

The 35-year-old reality star ended her relationship with the Cleveland Cavaliers star Tristan after discovering he'd cheated on her with former family friend Jordyn Woods.

But the pair have been working to keep their relationship on good terms for the sake of their daughter, 19-month-old True Thompson, who needs her father in her life full-time.


Tristan seems confident of a reunion, and he recruited Khloe's Black friends Khadijah and Malika Haqq to help him deliver the diamond necklace and buy his way back into Khloe's heart.

"Tristan reached out to see if we would help him get Khloe this gift," the sisters explained in a confessional interview. "Of course we said yes!"

While Khloe clearly liked the gift, she was apparently uncomfortable with accepting the gifts and what that would mean for her and her daughter.

"I am conflicted as to if I should keep it or not, because I just want to make sure there's no expectations," she explained. "It's the sweetest kindest gesture, but that still doesn't mean, 'OK, a necklace is just gonna fix everything'."


There have been other signs that Tristan is breaking down her resistance. The day before Khloe's 35th birthday he gave her a stunning pink diamond ring, and the star revealed to sister Kourtney's ex Scott Disick how Tristan presented it to her.

"He goes, 'This is a promise ring,' and I go, 'Promise to be nice to me as True's mom.' I was like, 'I really appreciate it. I don't think I can accept it.' He goes, 'Just think about it. It's yours.'"

"It looks fully like an engagement ring," Scott said, examining the jewelry, as Khloe explained he also gave her a hand-written card expressing his appreciation for her.

"It was the nicest, longest card and it was in his bad handwriting, which is what I wanted," Khloe explained. "Something tangible that I can keep."

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