Sean Kingston’s Home Raided By SWAT, Mother Arrested For ‘Fraud and Theft’

MIAMI, FLORIDA – JUNE 03: Sean Kingston performs onstage as TLC & Shaggy’s Hot Summer Nights Tour takes over Miami’s FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park on June 03, 2023 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Jason Koerner/Getty Images for Live Nation)

Singer Sean Kington’s home in south Florida was subject to a police and SWAT team raid on Thursday morning.

As reported by Local 10, in a civil complaint obtained from the Broward Clerk of Courts, a company by the name Ver Ver Entertainment alleges that Kingston, 34, partially paid for a 232-inch television and entertainment system but, following the installation, never paid for the product in full.

The complaint goes on to allege that Kingston used his name and celebrity status to scam people out of products and services — never paying for them.

Attorney Dennis Card, who represents Ver Ver Entertainment, the “Beautiful Girls” singer has a particular sales pitch that he uses for his scams.

“He basically has a sales pitch that he goes through to defraud people. He induces them into giving him really expensive things,” Card said. “We know that our property is inside this house right here, so as soon as the raid takes place we are going to have a crew of people in there to reassemble it and take it back to its rightful owner.”

Ver Ver is asking for $30,000 and attorney fees in a trial by jury.

“I am good and so is my mother!”

The investigation also resulted in the arrest of Kingston’s 62-year-old mom Janice Turner for “numerous fraud and theft charges.”

The details of Turner’s arrest and whether Kingston will be charged in connection are unclear at this time.

Earlier this month, Turner was sued in a civil lawsuit by Curran Living Trust for $100,000 in unpaid rent for a different location in Florida than the Thursday arrest.

Kingston, whose real name is Kisean Paul Anderson, was born in Miami and moved to his family’s native Jamaica at the age of 6, attending high school in the country before moving back to South Florida.

On Thursday afternoon, Kingston posted to social media, “People love negative energy! I am good and so is my mother!.. my lawyers are handling everything as we speak.”