Rapper Sean Kingston Booked Into Florida Jail, Mugshot Revealed As He’s Charged In $1M Fraud Case

(NEW YORK POST) – Rapper and singer Sean Kingston has been booked into a Florida jail after he and his mom were charged with committing more than $1 million worth of fraud.

The 34-year-old, whose real name is Kisean Anderson, was locked up in the Broward County jail on Sunday after being extradited from California in the wake of his arrest last month.

The “Beautiful Girls” singer is slated to go before a judge later on Monday, Local 10 reported.

Kingston and his mother, Janice Turner, 61, were both slapped with a slew of charges, including conducting an organized scheme to defraud, grand theft, identity theft and related crimes, according to arrest warrants.

They are accused of stealing hundreds of thousands in cash from Bank of America and First Republic Bank, nearly $500,000 worth of jewelry, a $160,000 Cadillac Escalade and more than $80,000 in furniture, authorities said.

The exact details of their alleged fraud scheme, which authorities say went down between October to March, wasn’t immediately clear.

Kingston was nabbed on May 23 at Fort Irwin — a US Army training base in California’s Mojave Desert where he was performing.

His mom was cuffed the same day when a SWAT team raided Kingston’s rented mansion in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

“People love negative energy! I am good and so is my mother! … My lawyers are handling everything as we speak,” the performer posted on Instagram in the wake of the raid.

As of Monday morning, Kingston was still locked up on a $100,000 bond on nine different felony charges, online jail records show.

He was already on two years’ probation for trafficking stolen property.

Turner, who is facing eight charges in total, was cut loose from custody last Sunday after posting a $160,000 bond.

His mom pleaded guilty in 2006 to bank fraud for stealing more than $160,000. She served nearly 1.5 years in prison, federal court records show.

Robert Rosenblatt, an attorney for Kingston and his mom, last week said the pair looked forward to addressing the charges in a Florida court and “are confident of a successful resolution.”