Todrick Hall is off to a rough start in 2022. The Celebrity Big Brother runner-up is being sued by his landlords for $60,000 in back rent.
According to Us Weekly, the “Celebrity Big Brother” alum’s landlords are suing him for $60,000 in unpaid rent. According to a legal complaint filed Tuesday and acquired by the magazine, Hall, 36, agreed to pay $30,000 per month for a five-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion in Sherman Oaks, Calif. but failed to pay in February and March.
According to the complaint, owners Avi and Orna Lavian alleged to have served a pay-or-quit notice to the YouTuber on March 3 by passing it to another renter of the house. The landlords also asked for attorney fees, forfeiture of the agreement, $1,000 per day damages, and “all other relief the court deems just and reasonable,” according to Us Weekly. Hall’s representative did not respond to a request for comment from Page Six right away.
In February 2021, Hall uploaded an 11-minute video on YouTube showing off his gigantic home, which features a private movie theatre, an infinity pool, an elevator, a walk-in closet, and many other facilities. However, he claimed in the video that he had purchased the house, so it’s unclear whether it’s the same one for which he’s being sued.
The news follows the entertainer’s tumultuous appearance on Season 3 of “Celebrity Big Brother.” Todd Bridges, Lamar Odom, and Teddi Mellencamp were among the houseguests that turned on Hall prior to the finale in February, accusing him of backstabbing them to get to the finish.
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