50 Cent & Shaniqua Tompkins in happier times.
Rapper 50 Cent has been ordered by a judge to stay away from his ex-girlfriend, Shaniqua Tompkins. If he wants to have a visitation with his son, Marquise, he has to pick the boy up from the curb.
Shaniqua has a temporary restraining order filed against Curtis Jackson (50 Cent). He has to forfeit guns and firearms and stay away from any premises where Shaniqua is. Shaniqua’s lawyer, Paul Catsandonis said that they would try to get a permanent restraining order against 50 Cent in July.
Curtis Jackson’s lawyer, Brett Kimmel, said that Curtis Jackson has not seen or spoken to Shaniqua for one and a half years. He said that Shaniqua’s petition might be a response to 50 Cent’s petition holding Ms. Tomkins in contempt of court because she refused to allow him to see his son.
50 Cent has slapped Shaniqua with a $20 million defamation lawsuit in Connecticut. She had accused 50 Cent of burning down his house and trying to kill her and Marquise, their son. 50 Cent wants the court to order Shaniqua to allow him to visit his Marquise, 11, as in accordance with an earlier court order. The investigation into the Dix Hills fire that burned down 50 Cent’s house is still ongoing.