Virginia Teen Ordered To Stop Impersonating Missy Elliott

In what may be one of the stranger rap n' role reversal cases to come down the legal pipeline in quite some time, a male teenager in Norfolk, Virginia, has been fined $500 and ordered to stop impersonating Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott.

A district court judge levied the fine against 19-year-old Dustin Wilkins last Thursday for pretending to be the noted female rapper and producer during phone interviews and conversations with radio stations and various others, including Wilkins' former employer, according to the Associated Press.

Wilkins was caught when one of the calls resulted in a harassment complaint being filed against Elliott, although that charge was dropped as a result of the court's ruling against the teenager.