Snoop Dogg has had his fair share of legal trouble -- from his 1993 murder trial to numerous weed arrests -- but tha Doggfather had a run-in with Italian authorities on Saturday for something that you may not believe.
The "Drop It Like It's Hot" rapper left an airport in Calabria $205,933 poorer, according to a report on CNN.com.
Snoop was carrying $422,820 in U.S. cash through the airport on Saturday after performing in Southern Italy earlier in the week. The problem is that the maximum amount of cash that passengers traveling through Italy can carry without declaring it is around $11,000. The law was put in place to prevent money laundering, but the rapper told police that he needed the dough to pay his band members.
Italy's finance police is opening an investigation on how Snoop got paid at the concert. Snoop is in London now, short of the money, and it's unclear if he can appeal to get the cash back.