"CANT TAKE THAT pus*y BACK NOW!!!"
Jimmy Sabatino first gained public notoriety after he was profiled by the NY Times, as they explored his epic con scheme in getting the L.A. Times to believe fake FBI documents surrounding 2pac's death. Now it seems that Sabatino is back on his grind as a con man, after he faked being a Hip-Hop label executive and conned Miami hotels out of more than $600,000.
Miami New Times reports that the veteran con man frequently claimed to be a movie or music exec, and provided forged documents to have all the charges billed to a corporate account. After being released from 10 years in prison, Sabatino claimed he was the new vice president of the non-existent Roc-A-Fella Miami operation.
In August he was able to charge five rooms at the Miami Hilton for five weeks, along with $100,000 in champagne. Just four months out of prison and he was back in the slammer for his hotel scams, facing five years behind bars after agreeing to a plea deal.