Chris Brown, Drake’s Producer Mally Mall Pleads Guilty In Prostitution Case
Mall was initially accused by 3 Nevada prostitutes of having a number of shell companies
Mally Mall has admitted to running illegal prostitution ring. According to a press release the District of Nevada’s U.S.
Attorney’s Office published on Monday afternoon, October 21, the rapper has pleaded guilty to one count of use of an interstate facility in aid of unlawful activity.
The hitmaker producer was accused of running the illegal business from April 2002 until September 2014. Prosecutors allege that he owned, operated and managed several of these sorts of businesses in Clark County, Nevada. While prostitution is legal in parts of Nevada, one has to have a license for the business. Mally, however, didn’t have a license for his prostitution business.
Paperwork details that Mally admitted to using his own credit card to pay for airfare and travel-related expenses for the prostitutes. He also used his cell phone to get women to commit acts of prostitution and that he used websites like Backpage and Eros to advertise women for prostitution services. U.S. He additionally admitted to persuading and tempting a number of women to participate in prostitution.
District Judge Richard F. Boulware II accepted Mally’s guilty plea. A sentencing hearing for the prostitution charges is scheduled for January 21, 2020. Mall was initially accused by 3 Nevada prostitutes of having a number of shell companies used to disguise the prostitution business and forcing them to work as prostitutes.
The producer, who appeared on VH1’s reality series “Love & Hip Hop” with then-girlfriend Nikki Mudarris, made headlines in April when his home was raided by LAPD in connection with an investigation into human trafficking and trafficking of exotic animals. He was detained at his home in the San Fernando Valley, California, as cops searched the place, but he was never arrested. No charges were filed at the time.