Sorry L-Boogie. Lauryn Hill May Lose Home After Falling Behind On Tax Bills For Mansion

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The singer has been put in default in a foreclosure lawsuit over nearly $1 million in back taxes on her mansion in New Jersey.

According to Bossip reports, Rothman Realty LLC sued the hip-hop singer late last year to foreclose her mansion after the company bought the tax certificate on her suburban mansion.

According to the suit, Hill didn’t pay the taxes on the property back in 2003, and plaintiff Rothman Realty LLC bought the tax lien and began paying the tax bills, which swelled to a total of $993,901 as of April 2018, according to court papers obtained by BOSSIP.

The “Killing Me Softly” singer never responded to the foreclosure suit, so Rothman Realty got a judge to officially put the home in foreclosure, court papers state. Now, the realty company wants Hill out of the mansion and the complete ownership and control of the property.

The home is now set to be sold at Sheriff’s auction, and the proceeds will be used to pay Rothman Realty back, according to court papers.

Hill bought the 5,000 square foot mansion in South Orange for $430,000 in 1997 – during the height of her fame with the Fugees, according to public records. The property, set on half an acre, is now worth an estimated $1.06 million.


Georgia Company Reportedly sues R. Kelly Over Damage To Rental Homes

Image may contain: one or more people and sunglasses Back in Febraury it was reported, R. Kelly has been served with an eviction notice on one of his Georgia homes, which was believed to be used as the hub of the R&B singer’s alleged ‘sex cult’ before being burgled last year.

The eviction notice, obtained exclusively by, was filed on Tuesday for Kelly’s home in the Johns Creek neighborhood of Duluth after the singer racked up $23,084.90 in unpaid rent and $2,308.49 in late fees.

Here’s an update on the situation.

An Atlanta-area property company is suing Grammy-winning R&B artist R. Kelly for $203,400 over “extensive damage” to two homes he rented.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports SB Property Management Global, LLC., based in East Point, filed the lawsuit Wednesday. It says one home suffered damage to electric wiring, flooring, and windows and was missing items including a stove, furniture, ceiling fans and 22 light fixtures.

These are the same homes an associate of Kelly’s was accused of robbing in 2017. Alfonso L. Walker was charged with theft and burglary. Kelly and the company settled in April 2018 for $170,000, agreeing Kelly would be released from damage claims. But the lawsuit says Kelly has only paid $20,000.

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Star Jesse Williams Shut Down in Attempt to Lower $50k Monthly Child Support

Last month it was reported, The “Grey’s Anatomy” star filed docs Friday telling the court he intends to seek a modification of his child support. In the docs, he says he thinks the judge got it wrong when arriving at the $50k figure. Jesse believes there’s insufficient evidence to support that amount.

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Jesse Williams has come up empty in his attempt to get a new trial after a judge ordered him to pay $50,000 per month in child support to his ex-wife.

According to the Blast reports, On August 14, the judge presiding over Williams’ divorce from his ex, Aryn Drake-Lee, denied the actor’s motion for a new trial. The court heard arguments from both sides during the hearing and decided to side with Aryn, who was represented in court by her lawyer, Gary Fishbein.

Mom Who Hosted Elaborate $25k Prom Send-off Accused Of Fraud

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A Philadelphia woman known for her lavish parties, including her son’s $25,000 “Black Panther”-themed prom party, has been charged with Social Security fraud.

According to reports, Saudia Shuler, 44, was charged with six counts of wire fraud, one count of theft of government funds, and two counts of social security fraud.

“You can’t take what’s not yours,” said Beth Leahy, deputy chief of Health Care and Government Fraud for the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. According to the indictment, the alleged fraud began in 2014.

Shuler allegedly applied for benefits from the Social Security Administration, claiming she was disabled and unable to work. After the benefits were approved, Shuler allegedly continued working, including operating her own restaurant. She’s the owner of Country Cookin’, a take-out spot near 22nd and Cambria that boasts long lines as soon as the doors open.

Prosecutors say the work and income were never reported to Social Security.

“She said that she was disabled and in terms of assets said that she only had $30 in her bank account,” said Leahy. “As far as quality of life, she said she rarely make food for herself and had a cousin that cooked for her.”

If convicted, she faces a maximum sentence of 140 years in jail, a period of supervised release, full restitution to the government of $36,785.67, a fine, and a special assessment.

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