Todrick Hall has had it rough since the beginning of 2022. Earlier this year, his landlords sued him for unpaid rent. Now a judge has ordered him to pay six figures for that lawsuit.
According to TMZ, a judge has ordered Hall to pay more than $102,000. He was initially sued for failing to pay back rent on a Sherman Oaks home. The lawsuit claimed, Hall had fallen behind on his $30k monthly rent.
Todrick has been ordered to pay $100,000 in damages, plus legal fees and charges of $2,000. The residence has an outdoor pool, a movie theatre, a large wardrobe, and even a Louis Vuitton bedframe, which seems reasonable for $30k rent.
When Todrick lived on the property, he made it appear as though he owned it. In February 2021, he posted an 11-minute YouTube video showcasing his massive mansion. He claimed in the video that he had purchased the lavish property.
The complaint was filed by owners Avi and Orna Lavian who served a pay-or-quit notice to the YouTuber on March 3, by passing it to another renter of the house. Given the situation, Hall might have to curb his expenses for a while.
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