Pimp With “Exquisitely Styled” Hair Sentenced to 18 Years
Jersey City Society Hill pimp is sentenced to 18 years in prison
Society Hill pimp Allen E. Brown got a little testy in court this morning and was sentenced to 18 years in prison by Judge Kevin Callahan in Hudson County Superior Court in Jersey City.
Brown, aka Prince, was shocked at the length of the sentence. “18 years?” Brown blurted out in court when Callahan announced the sentence.
“This will take you to your 60th birthday until you see the light of day” said Callahan. “The facts of this case are horrendous. They are vast.”
Brown, 48, who authorities say operating the ring out of a home on Lyon Avenue in the upscale development on the Hackensack River, was sentenced to 10 years for racketeering and eight years for extortion.
When Brown first walked into the courtroom he said to his lawyer, Adam Reisman, “I’m tired of your bulls—.” His hair was styled exquisitely, with wavy strands curled on his forehead and a long thin ponytail hanging over his shoulders.
At the plea hearing Brown, who admitted he ran a human trafficking and prostitution ring, was told he faced from 12 to 20 years in prison.
Authorities say he enslaved women and girls, some as young at 17, and forced them to turn tricks on the streets. He even turned some into drug addicts, authorities say. Authorities say the woman were forced to earn $500 on weeknights and $1,000 on weekend nights, or else they were denied entry back into the house, were denied drugs or were beaten.
Assistant Attorney General, Annmarie Taggert said Brown extorted a $600,000 inheritance from a woman who turned over the money because the woman feared for her and her niece’s lives. Taggert added that one woman who refused become a prostitute was handcuffed to a bed and forced to take heroin until she became addicted.
Brown’s mother, Tecora Brown, and his sister, Veronica, attended the sentencing. Tecora Brown pleaded guilty to promoting prostitution and is not expected to be given prison time. Authorities say the Lyon Avenue home belonged to Tecora Brown.
“It’s all lies, ” Veronica Brown said after the sentencing. She said her brother was trying to help the women who were already drug-addicted prostitutes. Brown said that her brother bought one of the women a computer and that woman now works at a hospital in South Jersey.
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Thembi Says: **blink blink** Ok, y’all. I’m gonna have to start lying to people and saying that I have a heart condition, because I just can’t tolerate news items like this! I usually ask why, but this time I want to know how. How can any man (nevermind that he’s a New Jersey pimp) find pride in wearing gelled down Wet N’ Wavy bangs leading to what even the reporter refers to as “a long thin ponytail”? The last adjective anyone wants associated with a ponytail is “thin,” exquisitely styled or not, because no matter what it’s doing all I can picture is Fu Manchu’s sickly beard. You think I might be exaggerating? Well here’s a tragic taste of that.
What about his eyebrows? What about his beard? This dude came straight from jail to court like, which really makes me wonder what went on in lock-up because I know he needed a second set of hands to accomplish this bastardization of proper holding product usage. Meanwhile, this piece of rubbish has the nerve to be shocked at an 18 year sentence for human trafficking when he’s already confessed and THEN starts off the proceedings by cussing out his lawyer? This is the worst kind of black person – doing anything he can to disrespect and use women, distrustful of the legal system to the point of self-harm, and overindulgent with his hair. I’m so disgusted. And I hate his lying, excuse-making momma too.