Mendeecees Harris Net Worth

How much is Mendeecees Harris Worth?

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Mendeecees Harris net worth:
$800 Thousand

Mendeecees Harris net worth: Mendeecees Harris is an American real estate developer, music producer and reality TV cast member who has a net worth of $800 thousand. Mendeecees Harris was born and raised in Harlem. He spent his childhood in the St. Nicholas housing projects where he gained an early appreciation for hard work and the entrepreneurial spirit. Harris has worked successfully in both real estate and the music industry. Currently Harris is a hip-hop producer and manager who works with many beat-creating artists. Mendeecees Harris is the owner of the Beat Factory music studio. He is also the boyfriend of Yandy Smith, star of "VH1's Love and Hip Hop: New York". The couple have one son together, a boy named Omere. In January 2013, Mendeecees Harris was arrested on charges that he molested a 15 year old girl. If convicted he could face as much as 20 years in jail. In December 2015, Mendeecees Harris plead guilty to conspiracy to distribute heroin and cocaine. He was sentenced to 97 months in prison. He also has to pay $171,000 in fines and forfeit his brand new Audi R8. Harris was accused of shipping more than $2.5 million worth of heroin and cocaine for more than seven years. He was forced to pay a fine of up to $5 million as well as forfeit all his checks from VH1 which added up to more than $170 thousand. Mendeecees Harris has appeared on seasons three through eight of Love & Hip Hop: New York

Mendeecees Harris Net Worth

Net Worth:$800 Thousand
Last Updated:2019
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