Khloe Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj Added To Meek Mill Damaged Mansion Lawsuit
Khloe Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Chris Brown and a number of other celebrities have been named in a lawsuit against Meek Mill, stemming from a February Grammy party he threw. The rapper was initially sued several months ago for having a wild rager at a Beverly Hills mansion he was renting for Grammy weekend.
The owner of the mansion wanted Mill to pay for damaging his property, but the rapper supposedly refused to cough up the cash. According to the home owner, windows were broken, a glass table in the house was smashed, door hinges were destroyed, the outdoor gazebo was wrecked, the landscaping was ruined, the driveway gate was damaged, and there was trash everywhere.
Now, the owner is dragging into the lawsuit a few of Mill’s celebrity pals who were at the party, claiming they all trespassed on the property because Mill wasn’t allowed to have more than six guests, at a time, inside the home.
In addition to Kardashian, Bieber and Brown being named, Mill’s girlfriend Nicki Minaj was mentioned as well as French Montana. The owner of the Beverly Hills mansion hopes that by adding their names to the lawsuit he can make them testify and reveal what happened at the party. The home’s owner supposedly had Mill sign a contract that barred him from throwing a party and limiting his guests to only six people. There were reportedly 1,000 people at the Grammy party, says TMZ, and police were forced to shut it down after a fight broke out inside the home.
None of the stars added to Mill’s litigation have commented on the lawsuit.