Rapper's Miami Beach mansion raided by police

Lil Wayne's Miami Beach mansion was invaded by the police on November 3 to seize properties in order to pay off debts he owes a private jet company.

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Lil Wayne's Miami Beach mansion was invaded by the police on November 3 to seize properties in order to pay off debts he owes a private jet company. Life & Style magazine reports that when deputies arrived, Wayne's security refused to let them in.

The Miami Beach Police explained to reporters that they were there to seize certain assets inside the house because Wayne had not paid a $2 million judgment to Signature Group, a jet leasing company. Wayne also owes the company $200k in lawyer's fees. The judgement came down in September.

According to the court order, obtained by the mag, the Miami-Dade County Sheriff's deputies were allowed to break the locks of the house and doors if necessary to gain entry and confiscate sizable assets.

Reports say, Wayne wasn't home. He was in Los Angeles to attend Ace of Diamonds strip club Monday night.

Wayne reportedly has $30 million worth of art in the mansion, and cops took some of the pieces. Sources say cops brought along someone who valued the items inside the house so they could figure out what to seize. Deputies also seized several plaques but it's unclear if they took a prized plaque he got for "Tha Carter" albums.

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