Wednesday, December 22, 2010

50 Cent's Connecticut Mansion Invaded

50 Cent's Connecticut Mansion Invaded
Farmington Police arrested two local men for breaking into 50 Cent's multi-million dollar 52-room mansion.
After previously being owned by boxer Mike Tyson and having been showcased on “MTV Cribs,” 50 Cent’s Connecticut mansion is now also a crime scene. Farmington, Connecticut police report two men were found hiding inside the sprawling property Tuesday morning. A security guard called authorities around 6 a.m. and reported an unidentified, unoccupied vehicle in the driveway.
Both Alexander Hernandez and Santos Padilla were arrested on burglary charges. Hernandez, who was found hiding in a closet, drinking a bottle of wine stolen from the property, was released on a $50,000 bond and turned over to New Britain police for outstanding warrants. Both men were in possession of marijuana when they were arrested.

The 52-room mansion has been on the market for years with a listing price of $10 million. In 2009, 50 filed a lawsuit against the Connecticut-based engineering firm BVH Integrated Services alleging their subpar inspection of the property cost him millions in various maintenance repairs.

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