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Sean Kingston could be in trouble for allegedly not paying a jeweler for their services.

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According to reports from TMZ, an arrest warrant has been put out for Sean Kingston over his alleged failure to pay yet another jeweler. The star reportedly had jewelry delivered to his home, but never actually paid for the items, so he has been charged with grand theft.

The publication goes on to say that authorities don’t plan on actively pursuing Kingston, but his warrant will remain in their system in case the singer has some other brush with the law in the future.

Unfortunately for Kingston, this isn’t his first issue when it comes to not paying jewelers. Back in 2018, a judge ordered Kingston to pay $301,500 to Aqua Master, a jewelry store based in New York City, after never paying for nine pieces of jewelry, and previously giving him two checks that couldn’t be cashed due to “insufficient funds.”

In 2015, Kingston filed a police report after he was briefly kidnaped during a dispute with representatives for Avianne Jewelers, which came after he refused to pay the entire amount for a watch. He was also sued by Avi Da Jewelers for $356,000 worth of unpaid purchases.

This time around, Kingston faces up to three years in prison if he is convicted of grand theft. His bail has been set at $45,000.

Kingston rose to fame in 2007 with the success of his hit song “Beautiful Girls.” In 2009 the R&B crooner sprung back onto the scene with another popular track called “Fire Burning.”

Kingston most recently made an appearance on Trippie Redd’s album titled “Pegasus” which dropped back in October of this year.


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