(AllHipHop News) A former executive who worked for James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond Czar Entertainment has agreed to testify against the accused mogul in his upcoming federal cocaine distribution conspiracy trial.
TheSmokingGun.com reports that Czar Entertainment exec Tony Martin had been named and charged with multiple felonies in an indictment surrounding Jimmy Henchman's cocaine dealing operation.
Last week, Martin, 30, agreed to cooperate with the government in order to gain leniency in the case.
A variety of narcotics charges will be dropped and Martin has pleaded guilty to one count of money laundering, for his role in the operation.
Martin is free on a $100,000 bond, and will be sentenced for money laundering in January.
Meanwhile, Jimmy Henchman remains incarcerated with no bail, for heading up a nationwide cocaine operation, that sent hundreds of kilos of cocaine to New York from Los Angeles, shipped in road cases for music equipment.