Business Manager Found Guilty of Defrauding Ne-Yo & Brian McKnight In Multi-Million Dollar Scheme

Published: Thursday 30th Aug 2018 by Rashad

Ne-Yo and Brian McKnight were scored a sweet victory recently when a federal jury convicted Kevin Foster, a business manager the R&B crooners shared, of defrauding them in multiple investment schemes that resulted in the singers losing millions of dollars each.

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Facing 16 charges including wire fraud, money laundering, bankruptcy fraud and tax evasion, Foster reportedly lured Ne-Yo to invest $2 million into OXYWater under false pretenses.  According to documents Foster took an additional $1.5 million of Ne-Yo’s money to invest without his consent and took out lines of credit by forging the Grammy winner’s name.

Authorities indicate Foster pulled a similar scheme with singer Brian McKnight but used different companies.  The business manager has not been sentenced as of time reported. [source]

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  1. DanYiel Iman August 31, 2018

    Wow what a scam artist of a businessman!!

  2. Casual August 31, 2018

    “Always sign your own checks.” -Oprah Winfrey

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