Brandy Cavalli (Coke) escapes jail, was jamaican mob boss Christopher “Dudus” Coke to thank?

Courtesy of (CNN) Brandy Coke heads to federal court Atlanta, GA

Christopher “Dudus” Coke, the boss of the international criminal organization known as the “Shower Posse” or the “Presidential Click,” pleaded guilty in August 2011 to one count of racketeering conspiracy and one count of conspiracy to commit assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering.

Brandy, who holds Business degrees in International Marketing & Entertainment Management, put her skills to use behind the scenes  with Coke’s entertainment company Presidential Click which organized and sponsored the very popular west Kingston “Champions In Action” event.

Brandy’s career in the industry began at the age of 18 where she worked her way up from a front desk receptionist to A/R director for Southern Music Distribution, an independent music company in Atlanta, GA.

The daughter of a successful music executive, she was born into the entertainment industry and holds a unique skill set for negotiating.

A woman of her own street savvy skills, personality, and connections, she has become a successful business woman in the Marketing & Sales genre and credits her days of “running with the boys” for her teachings.

Like many other gangster molls, she was called into questioning regarding the business dealings of Presidential Click members, a record label allegedly established as an extension of the Shower Posse operations.

After weeks of questioning, she was eventually cleared of any wrongdoing, escaping jailtime, a move that many say, in a round about way, “Dudus” helped her maneuver by his guilty plea.

Stephen H Rosen, Coke’s Lawyer, who is based in Florida, told the Observer that his client’s decision to make a plea was in an effort to have any and all wiretap evidence thrown out.  His guilty plea avoided a lengthy and damaging trial, “I’m pleading guilty because I am,” The New York Times quoted Coke as telling Judge Robert P Patterson

Bebe, a close friend says, “Brandy is a strong chick, through most of the time she was going through all of this she was still carrying on as if nothing had happened. She buried herself into school and work and never spoke much about it, I would ask her about it occassionally but she would just brush it off or say everything was cool.”

In 2009, Brandy formed her own marketing and networking company & charity fundraising organization. Her charity helps provide clothing, food, and financial aid to family members in the poverty stricken Tivoli Gardens neighborhood of Jamaica, Chris Coke’s homeland, as well as Atlanta area neighborhoods where she resides.

Christopher “Dudus” Coke is serving a 23 yr prison sentence in a Federal Correctional Institution, Edgefield, in South Carolina. He is due to be released in the year 2030, and has requested to be deported back to his homeland of West Jamaica.

Though Christopher Coke is incarcerated, he still has a massive following of supporters. The “strongman” was often referred to as the “president” of his community and treated like royalty by neighborhood locals.

Brandy, who is now married to an alleged capo of the Black Mafia Family (BMF), is currently a digital filmmaking & video production student.

She also serves as a professional screenwriter of  independent films and is anticipated to co-produce a Docu-Film which will highlight the REAL inside story of the business savvy ex crime boss and his “soliders”.

She is expected to return to Mr Coke’s homeland neighborhood of Tivoli Gardens in 2014 to capture raw footage for the Independent Film Documentary: 

Last King of Jamrock

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Brian Perry, Freelance Journalist

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