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Usher's ex sued for $50k

29 October 2012, 09:56

Los Angeles - Usher's ex-wife is being sued for $50 000.

Tameka Foster - who recently lost custody of the couple's two sons Usher Raymond V and Naviyd to the Climax singer - is reportedly being evicted from three retail spaces she rents in Georgia after failing to pay her landlord.

Antelope Valley Plaza (AVP) says Tameka owes almost $37 000 in rent and they are also suing her for late charges and unpaid taxes, according to TMZ.

However, Tameka, who runs a play area for children from the building, has accused AVP of breaching the contract and has asked for the case to be dropped.

Plans to sell the house

Meanwhile, it was recently revealed Usher is planning to sell the Georgia mansion Tameka currently lives in and has ordered her to move out.

She has been living in the house alone since they split but their divorce agreement stated that Usher could sell the property at any time as long as he gave her 60 days notice.

The popstar's lawyer has already sent Tameka a letter informing her of his plans to sell the house, which he bought in 2007 after getting engaged to the former stylist.

Tameka is said to be devastated because she has been struggling financially since their divorce in 2009.

- BangShowBiz


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