A man who manages D-12 was charged yesterday (March 17) with assaulting two teenaged girls and providing them with drugs.
Jeremy Nathanial Geffen once managed a number of musicians, including Hip-Hop group D-12 and Atlanta rapper Sean Paul through his management company, Geffen Enterprises.
According to police, Geffen, 35, assaulted the teengaged girls at nightclubs around Hollywood, as well as at his West Hollywood home.
The criminal complaint against Geffen names two instances, one in which he was intimate with one girl around December 1, 2006 and 2007 and another between November 11-12.
Geffen faces 14-counts, including four counts of oral copulation of a person under 18 and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse.
Other charges include rape by use of drugs, rape of an unconscious person, oral copulation of an unconscious person, sexual penetration by a foreign object and other charges.
Geffen, who was recently spotted with Lindsey Lohan, is currently in jail in lieu of $2 million dollars in bail.