Sean Kingston waived his right to extradition in a California court and agreed to return to Florida, where he and his mother face charges for over a million dollars in fraud.

Kingston, 34, signed papers to skip extradition hearings, San Bernardino courts and sheriff representatives told The Associated Press. He remained in a Southern California jail Tuesday, with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office coordinating his return to Florida, according to sheriff’s spokeswoman Mara Rodriguez.

Kingston was arrested Thursday at Fort Irwin, an Army training base in California’s Mojave Desert where he was performing. His mother, Janice Turner, 61, was arrested the same day during a SWAT raid on Kingston’s rented mansion in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Kingston and Turner are charged with an organized scheme to defraud, grand theft, identity theft, and related crimes. The warrants allege they stole money, jewelry, a Cadillac Escalade, and furniture. Kingston, a Jamaican American performer, had a No. 1 hit with “Beautiful Girls” in 2007 and collaborated with Justin Bieber on “Eenie Meenie.”

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Sean Kingston’s mother, Janice Turner, was previously implicated in fraud back in 2006

Attorney Robert Rosenblatt said Friday that Kingston and his mother planned to waive extradition and were confident of a successful resolution in Florida court. Rosenblatt did not immediately respond to emails for further comment Tuesday.

The warrants detail thefts from October to March, including nearly $500,000 in jewelry, over $200,000 from Bank of America, $160,000 from an Escalade dealer, over $100,000 from First Republic Bank, and $86,000 from a custom bed maker.

Kingston, legally known as Kisean Anderson, is on two years’ probation for trafficking stolen property. His mother previously pleaded guilty to bank fraud in 2006, serving nearly 1.5 years in prison for stealing over $160,000.