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Last month, we heard that Courtney Love's landlord was trying to get her evicted from her NYC apartment for a variety of reasons, including redoing the wallpaper without permission and setting the walls ablaze!
Now, we've learned that
Sorry, Amber, but looks like you're homeless.
The Teen Mom star has been kicked out of her home and she doesn't even know it!
Amber Portwood was sent to jail on Dec. 19, 2011, but one day later, she received an eviction notice from her landlord, ordering her to move out.
The company that owns her rented home in Anderson, Indiana filed a notice with the court, saying that she violated her lease agreement, but since Amber is STILL in jail, she has yet to receive the notice!
If she misses her court date on Jan. 25, she could be evicted immediately.
What could be worse than spending Christmas and New Year's in jail? Being in jail AND getting evicted from your house. Wow. Do you think she ever looks in the mirror and just asks herself where it all went wrong?
[Image via MTV.]
Oh boy. Here we go…
Courtney Love seems to have taken a break from being Lindsay Lohan's sober coach, because she is busy being evicted from her West Village townhouse, for which she pays $27,000 a month, because owner Donna Lyon claims that the Hole singer not only owes over $50,000 in rent, but also "ruined" the design décor by painting over hand-finished walls, and even set the curtains in the master bedroom on fire, all of which will cost up to $100,000 and up to 12 weeks to restore!
Ugh! Between this and all that Sister Act drama, we are hearing less-than-fantastic things about Whoopi this week!
64-year-old Suzanne Lindsay is a former tenant of a property owned by Whoopi Goldberg in West Orange, New Jersey…..and she does NOT have nice things to say about her former landlord.
According to the woman, she was evicted from her home after living there for 40 years because she fell behind on property taxes, and she's blaming it all on Whoopi.
Here's what she had to say about it:
"I found myself a single mom after having three children. I was working, but I couldn't keep up because of all the tragedy. I told her [Whoopi] I had lost my children, and she sat there in front of the fire with me, holding my hand, and listened."
"It wasn't the bank [who forced me out]. They did nothing. She is a merciless, cruel woman."
Check out Whoopi's side of the story AFTER THE JUMP, and let us know who U believe!
Yeah gurl! Show'em who's boss!
Yesterday, Dita Von Teese got to enjoy the sweet taste of justice as her landlord was ordered to pay her back her $5,000 security deposit. The year long legal war finally came to an end with the judge ruled Dita was in the right to receive the money, especially since the landlord "went on Mel Gibson-like Anti-Semitic tangents, personally attacking [Dita's] Jewish managers" when she decided to move.
The landlord tried to argue the point, saying that Dita had caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to the property, which is why he didn't give her back the deposit in the first pace. However,
It's been several months since Johnson & Johnson heiress Casey Johnson passed away.
However, that's not stopping Jose Nazar, a former landlord, from suing her estate for $234,228.
Nazar claims that Casey failed to pay rent, totaling $95,000, while leasing his Beverly Hills home in 2008. He also alleges that she caused damage to the home, with repairs going well over $100,000.
His itemized list of repairs include pool and spa restoration, a replacement for a broken birdbath, electrical work, and restoration to damaged walls, flooring, and doors.
He also claims that he "assisted her in moving," by lending her $12,050, which she never paid back to him.
Since Casey is now deceased, her father Robert “Woody” Johnson IV, owner of the New York Jets, will most likely be stuck with the bill.
It seems a little strange that Nazar waited over two years, and seven months after Casey's death, to seek damages. Hmm, something seems kind of shady…
[Image via WENN.]