50 Cent’s Buddy Accused of Attacking Woman

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    Rapper 50 Cent wan't home when his employee was accused of attacking a woman, police said.

    An employee of 50 Cent and a New Britain woman have been accused of hitting another woman in the head and cutting her face after a request for oral sex got violent at the rapper’s mansion last weekend, according to police and court documents.

    The woman called police just before 4 a.m. from her cell phone and said she was attacked at the Farmington estate, the Hartford Courant reports.

    Dwayne McKenzie, 28, who works for G-Unit, 50’s (Curtis Jackson III) business, lives on a building at the Poplar Hill Drive estate. He and Michelle Krykowski, 20, of New Britain were charged with second-degree assault, conspiracy to commit second-degree assault and breach of peace, police told the Courant.

    McKenzie allegedly requested oral sex from a woman during an Aug. 16 gathering at the 50,000-square-foot mansion in Farmington, according to court documents.

    A friend of the woman took offense and a fight ensued, police said.

    McKenzie was also was charged with first-degree unlawful restraint. McKenzie’s no stranger to the law. He was arrested in 2007 after Hartford police said he pistol-whipped a nightclub promoter. He was also charged with assault and strangulation from an apparently unrelated incident in Farmington in May, the Courant reports.

    Cops arrested him when they stopped him on suspicion of violating seatbelt laws and Krykowski turned herself in.

    The woman told cops she managed to spray her attackers with pepper spray when McKenzie held her to the ground, the New Britain Herald reports.

    Police said 50 was not home when the incident occurred.