50 Cent Not a Suspect in Vegas Robbery Case, Police Say

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50 Cent chats digital music technology on AOL's Engadget Stage at CES 2015  on Jan. 8, 2015.

Police say 50 Cent isn't a suspect in an investigation of a Los Angeles jewelry store owner's complaint that he was attacked and robbed of jewelry in Las Vegas.

Police Officer Larry Hadfield said Wednesday (May 13) that police haven't positively identified a suspect.

50 Cent Lawyer Denies Vegas Jewelry Robbery Allegation

But Hadfield says the musician, whose legal name is Curtis James Jackson III, has been ruled out in the investigation of a May 2 complaint alleging a robbery at or near boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s gym in Las Vegas.

Celebrity website TMZ reported Tuesday that LAX Jewelry owner Robert Marin reported he was robbed of a diamond watch and chain valued at some $250,000.

Marin hasn't responded to messages from The Associated Press.

The alleged attack occurred hours before the Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas.


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