Former B2K member Lil Fizz made headlines Thursday (October 20) when he popped on TMZ in a lawsuit for allegedly operating an illegal marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles. According to TMZ, the city of Los Angeles filed a lawsuit against the 25-year-old singer (real name: Dreux Pierre Frederic), claiming the medical marijuana dispensary he opened in West Hollywood is running in an area where the business is prohibited.
The shop, called Little Amsterdam, has reportedly been open since July 1, 2010 … and prosecutors want the operation shut down immediately. But … that’s not all. They also want Fizz to a $2,500 fine for every day the shop has been open, which would come to $1,192,500.
Additionally, they also want him to pay for law enforcement costs and attorney’s fees related to the case, which would rake up another $750,000 in damages. We’re unsure if Fizz has that kinda cash left from his B2K days. Let’s hope so. Fizz’s camp has yet to respond to the allegations.
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