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Lawyer: Rapper's Evicted Ex Wants '50 Percent of 50'

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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I REALLY HATE YOUR MOM 50 Cent, Marquise On Thursday, a housing court judge ruled that the ex-girlfriend of Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Shaniqua Tompkins, must vacate the maybe-juiced rapper's $2.4 million Dix Hills, New York, mansion. And their freeloading 10-year-old kid, Marquise, whom Shaniqua cares for, has to get the hell out, too.

RadarOnline.com first reported yesterday that Jackson had moved for a hearing over the eviction, and that a request for delay was denied to Ms. Tompkins' attorney, Paul Catsandonis. The housing court judge's ruling recognizes Jackson as the owner of the home, one of the largest in the neighborhood, and that Tompkins (and consequently Marquise) is a "holdover tenant"—a squatter.

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Catsandonis, reached for comment, tells RadarOnline.com that he's okay with the verdict, despite losing. He believes that Jackson, in establishing his case for rights to the house, ultimately laid the foundation for Tompkins' argument for the breach of contract and unjust enrichment suit Tompkins has filed. He did not give specifics but claims that the contract is an oral one made over the course of Tompkins early relationship with Jackson, at the time merely a bullet-riddled drug dealer. The goal: "Fifty percent of 50," Catsandonis says.

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