Tyga Reaches Settlement With Landlord in Eviction Case After Judge Orders Arrest Warrant
Three months after moving into the plaintiff's house, Tyga allegedly stopped paying rent
Tyga's legal woes appear to have ended.
The rapper had a warrant issued for his arrest after failing to attend a court hearing with his landlord earlier this week in his eviction case, but E! News reports Tyga and his legal team were able to reach a settlement with the other parties involved.
"There has been a settlement reached to the mutual satisfaction of the parties," Danny Abir, of Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP, told E! News. The terms of their settlement are "confidential."
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"My law partner, Boris Treyzon, intends to appear in court tomorrow morning to request the court to quash the bench warrant due to the settlement of the parties," Abir said.
Attorneys for Tyga's landlord filed court documents that said he agreed to pay $16,000 per month for the plaintiff's house.
Three months after moving in, Tyga allegedly stopped paying rent and the landlord attempted to have the "Molly" rapper evicted. According to the court documents, Tyga abandoned the house "sometime prior" to Oct. 31, 2012.
After Tyga moved out, the landlord discovered that he had inflicted major damage on the home, including tearing off the automatic gate opener and damaging bathroom tiles. The cost of the damage is about $480,285, but according to the documents, Tyga hadn't paid.
Abir said his, "client is very happy" about the settlement.
The rapper is currently out of the country with his girlfriend Kylie Jenner.