Miami-Dade police detective told the Miami Herald that they were able to lure Justin Jackson — who also goes by the aliases Jayce Lii and Justin Lii — and his wife Angel Lii into a sting when Lamar's record label, Interscope Records, became suspicious of their request and informed the real Dickins.
The pair has allegedly been impersonating Dickins for over a year to scam tickets and merchandise from artists such as Rihanna, Usher, Drake, Katy Perry, Chris Brown and Pharrell Williams. "Mr. Dickins has finally breathed a sign of relief and hopes this fraud against him will stop once and for all," said his Miami attorney, Brian Bieber. "The defendants did consistently leave a blueprint of their fraud for the detectives to find. Essentially, we have a pair of dumb criminals."
Jackson previously served two years in prison for convincing a New York boutique to loan him $2.4 million in jewelry while posing as a rep for Madonna — which he then sold to a pawn shop. He and Lii have been charged with grand theft and identity theft charges.