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Todrick Hall Accused in Lawsuit of Skipping Out on $60,000 Rent

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The singer showed off the five-bedroom house in a YouTube video back in February.


Out singer and Celebrity Big Brother alum Todrick Hall has been accused of failing to pay $60,000 in rent for February and March of this year. The property owners are now suing for the cash.

The homeowners, Avi Lavian and Orna Lavian, said in a March 29 court filing that Hall agreed to pay $30,000 a month in rent, according to legal documents obtained by People.

The Lavians gave the Masked Singer finalist a three-day notice on March 3 that he had to pay rent or leave the Los Angeles property. The complaint states that the two owners left a copy of the notice at Hall's residence. He then "failed to comply" by the March 3 deadline.

The owners have asked for the $60,000 allegedly owed, in addition to their attorney fees and for the lease to be terminated, People reports.

The magazine wrote that Hall shared a YouTube video last February of him giving a tour of the house. He told fans that it was his "dream" house.

"When I saw this one I fell in love," he said of the 8,000-square-foot home, which has five bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

Last July, Hall said the house was broken into. He told police that at least $50,000 worth of handbags and other items were stolen, TMZ reported at the time. The singer had been in London during the robbery.

"I am ok. This happened right after my cat sitter left for the night," Hall wrote. "I'm extremely saddened that most likely this was done by someone I know and trust, but my cats are safe...and that's what matters most to me."

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