Mary J. Blige is lastly freed from that bum Kendu Isaacs, however ghosts of their time collectively proceed to hang-out the singer. A rental firm in Los Angeles has launched a lawsuit in opposition to Blige and Isaacs, claiming they bailed on paying the lease on a mansion property and making off with audio and visible gear.
The Blast experiences:
According to court docket paperwork obtained by The Blast, Golden Venus LLC. claims Blige and her ex-husband, Martin Isaacs, rented a Beverly Hills house starting on May 1, 2015.
Golden Venus claims the lease known as for the couple to pay $25,500 per thirty days in hire and put down a $51,000 safety deposit.
In April of 2016, Golden Venus says they agreed to a lease extension with the couple with the hire rising to $27,000 per thirty days. But on August 5, 2016, they declare Blige and Isaacs didn't pay their hire for August by means of November, so that they served them with discover to pay up the $85,050 they owed or vacate in three days.
Eventually, the 2 sides got here to a deal — Blige and Isaacs would pay Golden Venus $27,000 and permit them to maintain the safety deposit and they might name it even.
The outlet provides that Golden Venus by no means bought the $27,000, and that it discovered hundreds of in harm contained in the property together with the lacking gear.
Golden Venus is in search of $58,211.13 with curiosity.