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Fraudrick Hall Ordered To Pay $100,000 in Unpaid Rent On House He Claimed He Owned

In bitch betta run me my coins news, out musician Fraudrick Hall has been ordered to pay his landlords $100,000 in unpaid rent after he was sued by the landlords on the house in Sherman Oaks, California that he claimed he owned.

The 36-year-old YouTuber had reportedly been in a rental agreement with landlords Avi and Orna Lavian to play $30,000 monthly for the five-bedroom, eight-bathroom residence, according to TMZ.

Hall had even made it seem as though he owned the property when giving a tour to fans on YouTube channel calling it his 'dream home.'

However, he has now been ordered to pay $100,000 in damages plus another $2K in attorney fees and costs, per the report.

News of the disagreement was first reported in March this year when he was used for an initial sum of $60K, according to Us Weekly.

The landlords said in legal docs that they issued a pay or quit notice to Hall March 3, via another person who resides in the house. The landlords submit a civil complaint to the court March 29, according to the outlet.

In their original lawsuit, the landlords asked the court for $60,000 in rental fees for the months of February and March 2022; in addition to attorney's fees, $1,000 per day in damages, a forfeiture of the rental agreement, and 'all other relief the court deems just and reasonable.'

Hall in February of 2021 took to YouTube with a clip titled 'Bought My DREAM Home!!! FULL TOUR,' in which he opened up about his fondness for the abode.

'I have been wanting to buy a home for a very long time and this is a dream come true,' the Plainview, Texas native said in the video, which has amassed more than 505,000 views. 'I saw over 50 homes and decided to get this one. When I saw this one, I fell in love.'

In the clip, he showed off features of the house such as a movie theater, walk-in closet and pool, among other amenities.

Hall recently appeared on the third season of Celebrity Big Brother, finishing in second place amid strife with some of his co-stars on the reality series. He subsequently canceled media appearances in the wake of the show, which he said earlier this month on Instagram was done out of self-preservation.

'I haven't avoided press because I'm afraid to comment on my experience on Big Brother, but more to protect myself and my mental health to make sure I could actually get my show on stage and fulfill my obligations to my fans and my PAID employees,' Hall said in a March 12 post.

He added: 'I have no desire to prove myself to people who were never rooting for me to begin with, but I do want to say to my fans that I will be commenting on my experience once the show is open, because I feel you deserve it.

'Thanks to everyone who watched and supported me in the bb house. It was the most difficult thing I've ever done, but I'm glad I did it.'

Hall, who initially rose to prominence on American Idol, has also been seen on The Masked Singer, RuPaul's Drag Race and The Greatest Dancer.

You better ask Tayoncé Swift for a loan, because if he's barely paying his dancers, and others who work behind the scenes in the industry (allegedly) I doubt he can come up with the coin to pay all that back rent.

In case you missed it, check out the episode of Drinks & Drag where the panel discussed Todrick's behavior on Celebrity Big Brother season 3 below...

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