We don't think Tyga will be able to worm his way out of this one!
According to the attorney representing the rapper's ex-landlord, the Rack City star is bigger trouble than we previously thought. While the bench warrant issued against the 26-year-old on Tuesday wasn't a good sign, legal rep Boris Treyzon confirmed he could be DETAINED if he doesn't address this matter ASAP.
Related: Tyga Wishes Kylie A Happy Birthday!
In case you missed it, the celeb is currently abroad celebrating Kylie Jenner's birthday. Once the controversial guy returns to the United States, however, things could speed up REALLY quickly — there's even a possibility he might be arrested as soon as he steps onto American soil.
Boris went on to reveal to People Magazine:
"He will be detained or dates certainly will be set. He will enter into an agreement that he or representation will appear at such a date."
Well, we hope the entertainer cooks up a deal sooner than later!
If Tyga fails to make arrangements, Kylie can say goodbye to the $200K car her man just gifted her:
"Once [Tyga was] served, the lien is created. Of course, we have an irate client who is owed half a million dollars and then the client reads that Tyga is giving a Maybach as a gift – that's in violation of two things. There is a hold on him transferring any assets while there is a judgment outstanding – that's going to be a separate action to recover that car unless the judgment is satisfied – and he's to appear in court, be placed under oath and he needs to answer questions."
Dayum! K.J. better enjoy the ride while she can!
The lawyer went on to add:
"His history in this case has been that he's ignoring this obligation and many others. This is not the only judgment that is against him. I think we are the only ones who took it this far, because it's a large amount. We take our representation very seriously and we will continue to do it until our client is satisfied. Hopefully, now he understands there are repercussions and we will continue to push this matter forward. We will go wherever we have to go to make sure our client is paid."
Yikes. It's clear the attorney is VERY serious.
So, do YOU think Tyga will finally pay up?