Miami Couple Arrested for Trying to Con Drake, Big Sean and Others
In his career as a professional con man, storied scam artist Justin Jackson has made numerous celebrities—like Madonna, for instance—the object of his criminal intent. A little while back, he and his wife, Angel Agarrat, tried to scam Drake and Big Sean too.
According to the Miami Herald, the two were booked for felony fraud on Tuesday (July 18). The arrest warrant claims Jackson lied about being Adele's manager in order to get tickets to a Fabolous concert and get sneakers from NBA stars, which he got from Paul George, Victor Oladipo and Richard Hamilton. Jackson later used the email address he used to pose as Adele's manager to ask for sunglasses and other types of favors from Drizzy, and Big Sean.
Jackson's attempts to con Big Sean and Drizzy didn't work, though, and unfortunately for Jackson, the jig was officially up when he tried to use the email to get some free tickets to Kendrick Lamar's set at the 2017 Rolling Loud Festival. K. Dot's managers quickly alerted Adele's real manager, and from there, police posed as K. Dot's management and lured Jackson to the concert to arrest him.
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