Tyga Sued By Landlord Of Egypt Last Kings Clothing Store For Property Damage And Unpaid Rent

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Tyga Sued Clothing Store Landlord

By Andrew Shuster |

Tyga Sued Clothing Store Landlord

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Tyga is being sued by the landlord who he rented space from for his Egypt Last Kings Clothing store in Los Angeles. The owner claims he found the property unexpectedly abandoned, with more than $75,000 worth of damage, and is also owed five months of unpaid rent.

The landlord says in June 2015, he discovered the doors and ceiling tiles of the premises were painted completely black with Egyptian designs, though they should’ve been restored to their original condition before vacating. There were also ink stains all over the floor, as well as ink poured down the drain and into the public sewer which is a larger environmental issue. Tyga, however, is blaming the landlord, alleging the building wasn’t up to code.

As Gossip Cop has previously reported, Tyga has had numerous problems with past landlords. Just last month, it was reported that the musician’s landlord was trying to have him evicted from the $4.8 million home he was renting in the Hollywood Hills. The property owner issued Tyga with an unlawful detainer notice and legal papers to vacate the $17,000 a month rental.

Last August, Tyga was ordered to leave the Calabasas home where he had been staying, and pay the landlord $70,000 in unpaid rent. And months before to that situation, the rapper was required to pay a previous landlord $80,000 in back rent.


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