Flippa Mafia brothers pleaded guilty

Two brothers of Dancehall artiste Andrew Davis more popularly known as Flippa Mafia are scheduled for sentencing on November 6, THE STAR understands.

The two, Kemar and Roger Davis, pleaded guilty yesterday to first-degree possession, with intent to distribute cocaine, and leading a narcotics trafficking network.

Kemar and Roger Davis have also accepted plea deals from the US Government.

Based on their plea deal, the state will recommend that Kemar Davis be given a 20 year sentence in state prison, while for Roger Davis, the state is recommending he be sentenced to 10 years in prison.

The two were charged with the deejay in 2014 under a massive anti-narcotics drive called “Operation Next Day Air” by the US authorities.

Our news team gathered that Flippa Mafia now faces pending charges, including a first-degree charge of leading a narcotics trafficking network, which carries a sentence of life in state prison.

He and another co-accused, Marsha Bernard, are scheduled for trial later this month.

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