Kansas City Aftermath: Doggone Kingpin Of Rockstar Burger Guilty

Google it for yourself . . .

There were some VERY NASTY ALLEGATIONS regarding doggie-style misdeeds related to this tragic story.

What's interesting is that social media outrage amid the #MeToo movement preceded an inevitable crackdown from the feds.

Here's the postscript . . .

As part of Wednesday’s plea, Smith admitted to allowing the building that housed his restaurant, a loft, a part-time residence and other spaces to the drug trafficking conspiracy.

Smith faces up to 20 years in federal prison without the possibility of parole. A judge has yet to set a sentencing hearing.

The other 17 defendants in the conspiracy have either already pleaded guilty or have guilty pleas scheduled.

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Former Rockstar Burgers owner admits guilt in $1.7M drug trafficking conspiracy

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A former Kansas City, Missouri, restaurant owner pleaded guilty Wednesday for making his restaurant building available to be used in a $1.7 million drug trafficking conspiracy. In October 2020 , a federal grand jury charged Brian D.

Former Rockstar Burgers restaurant owner Brian Smith pleads guilty to using restaurant to traffic meth

A former Kansas City, Missouri, restaurant owner faces up to 20 years in prison for using the building to traffic drugs. Brian D. Smith pleaded guilty Thursday.Prosecutors said his West Bottoms restaurant, Rockstar Burgers, was used to traffic heroin and meth.There are 17 other defendants in the same case, and all of them have entered guilty pleas or have guilty pleas scheduled.

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