More From Accused Adele Scammer

A man who was arrested earlier this year for impersonating an artist manager was charged with additional counts of identity theft for swindling sports stars.

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– Adele

Justin Jackson and his wife, Angel Lii, were arrested in May for impersonating Adele manager Jonathan Dickins to get free tickets for a Kendrick Lamar concert. The couple is suspected of using the same scheme to get concert tickets for Rihanna, Katy Perry, Usher, Drake, Pharrell Williams, and Chris Brown.

The pair was charged with several new felonies July 18, according to the Miami Herald.

An arrest warrant filed the day the couple was charged states Jackson created a fake email to impersonate the manager of soccer player Lionel Messi in an attempt to get sneakers from NBA stars.

Jackson allegedly received sneakers from basketball players Paul George, Victor Oladipo and Richard Hamilton. He also exchanged Adele tickets for shoes from Carmelo Anthony, Russel Westbrook and Bismack Biyombo.

Jackson asked representatives for Chris Brown, Katy Perry and Tory Lanez to send him birthday videos for a “dear friend,” according to the warrant.

Jackson and Lii were charged with counts of identity theft and organized scheme to defraud. The charges are stacked upon more counts of identity theft and grand theft that the couple racked up when they were initially arrested.

Jackson previously served two years in prison for impersonating a representative for Madonna. A lawsuit filed against Jackson in 2014 alleged he posed as a former aide for former President Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey’s nephew.