Todrick Hall Has Been Sued For $60k In Back Rent On A House He Claimed He Bought

April 1, 2022 / Posted by:

Todrick Hall seems to be lying about more than whatever he was saying to his competitor’s faces while he was on Celebrity Big Brother because TMZ says that Todrick is being sued for $60,000 over a house that he claimed he bought. Sue him for all the tacky shit he brought into the house while you’re at it!

In February 2021, Todrick posted a video on YouTube about how he bought his “DREAM Home!!!”  That was the house with the extremely classy Louis Vuitton bed in it. In case you missed the understated elegance of it all, here’s Todrick’s home tour video.

But it seems like “bought” is being used loosely because the person whose name is on the lease says Todrick owes him tens of thousand for rent. TMZ obtained documents that show Todrick is getting sued by one, Avi Lavian, for two months back rent. And the rent is INSANE! I thought Toronto condos were unaffordable but absolutely there is no way I could afford $30,000 a month

According to docs obtained by TMZ, Hall is being sued by Avi Lavian who claims Todrick failed to pay $60k in back rent, for his Sherman Oaks home. The suit claims, Hall is supposed to pay $30k per month in rent but is now around 60 days behind.

Oddly enough, the 36-year-old singer raved about buying the lush home and gave an elaborate tour on YouTube. He said … “I have been wanting to buy a home for a very very long time, and this is a dream come true.”

…We reached out to Todrick, so far, no word back.

Good luck to Avi Lavian with getting Todrick to pay up. Because I’m sure there’s a bunch of dancers who got stiffed by Todrick and are looking at Avi, “Get in line, trick!”

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