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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Darrin Ebron
A celebrity disc jockey and the heads of an entertainment company were among 14 people indicted in a cocaine ring where private jets were used to shuttle large amounts of the drug from Southern California to Baltimore, authorities said.
Baltimore native Darrin Ebron, known to some in Hollywood as "the poor man's Puffy" for his fashion and entertainment businesses, has been accused in a suspected drug-smuggling operation that moved hundreds of pounds of cocaine to Baltimore, court records show.
One of the people suspected of farming out the cocaine in Baltimore was Ebron, who says on his website that his clientele included Usher, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake and Kanye West.
He claims he is classically trained in four instruments and has a collection of at least 70,000 albums.