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Joe Gorga finally evicted a tenant who was four years behind on his rent. According to TMZ, the deadbeat tenant owes Gorga $50,000 in back rent.

"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star went viral last month after his tenant recorded him screaming and ranting. Gorga was outraged because his tenant owes him $50,000 in back rent.

"You had nowhere to live and I f---ing gave you a f---ing house," said Gorga in the viral video in June.

However, the man reminded Gorga that the state paid his rent during the pandemic. He said he only owed back rent from January 2022 until June.

Gorga finally got his day in court this week. A judge agreed that the tenant had to pay up or get out, TMZ reported.

The RHONJ star was recording as he and a sheriff's deputy arrived at the Hawthorne, NJ residence armed with eviction papers on Tuesday night.

"This is what happens when you don't pay your rent; you get locked out," said Gorga. "Gotta pay your rent or get locked the f--k out."

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The tenant appeared shocked when the reality TV star and a sheriff showed up with the eviction papers in hand.

A woman who was in the apartment started crying.

TMZ reports that the tenant's father rushed over to beg Gorga for more time to pay, but Gorga was unsympathetic.

According to TMZ, the tenant, a former restaurant manager, lost his job during Covid-19 in 2020.

Gorga's rep insists his client has a heart and doesn't like setting tenants out on the curb, but this situation has gone on for four years.

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A Charlotte woman says she received an eviction notice after her daughter and a friend were asked to stop twerking in the pool at their luxury high-rise apartment.

Marshette Foster, who is Black, said the apartment's concierge asked her 21-year-old daughter, Alanah Foster, and a friend to stop twerking in the pool.

The concierge approached Alanah and told her someone reported their sexually suggestive dancing in the pool. Marshette Foster told the Observer her daughter told him she would stop dancing.

The concierge also told Alanah she had too many guests at the pool. Alanah was with a group of four people.

Alanah and her friend reportedly cursed at the concierge.

Foster told the Charlotte Observer she believes her family was targeted by a different concierge whenever they went to relax in the pool.
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Element SouthPark management said the eviction stemmed from "extremely unacceptable behaviors" exhibited by Alanah and her guests that also included fighting.

The management company provided the Observer with several videos that show Alanah and her guests cutting up at the pool and in the hallways over the weekend.

However, Foster denied the allegations. "They're making us out to be unkempt, uncouth, that we don't follow the rules," she said. "It's not true. It's like they're fabricating."

Foster said she's paid $2,600 a month for a 2-bedroom apartment at the luxury high-rise since July 2021.

Foster retained an attorney who advised her to stay in the apartment past the eviction deadline while legal papers are filed to contest the eviction in court.

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The homeowners of a contemporary mansion in Sherman Oaks, California are suing Todrick Hall for $60,000 in back rent.

When Hall rented the $6 million 5-bedroom, 8 bath mansion last year, he agreed to pay $30,000 a month.

According to the lawsuit filed by Avi and Orna Lavian, Hall missed payments for February and March and was served with a pay up or get out notice on March 3. The lawsuit was filed on March 29.

The 36-year-old YouTube and Broadway star previously showed off his dream home in a YouTube video last year.

"I have been wanting to buy a home for a very long time and this is a dream come true," he said in the video. "I saw over 50 homes and decided to get this one. When I saw this one, I fell in love."

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He then took fans on a tour of the mansion, including his master bedroom with a custom built Louis Vuitton bed.

Oddly, he posted a link to his registry and asked his fans to buy him housewarming gifts.

The home was the site of numerous TikTok videos and music videos.

Hall often raved about the house during his time on Celebrity Big Brother season 3, which aired in February.

He canceled his exit press interviews after he came in second place and received backlash from his fellow castmates.

"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," he wrote on Instagram.

"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."


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Friday, Aug. 13, will be three weeks since Kanye West and his large entourage moved into Mercedes-Benz Stadium to finish his Donda album.

The 44-year-old rap producer moved into the $1.6 billion stadium in Atlanta on July 23, a day after he held his first Donda listening party.

According to reports, Kanye pays $1 million per day for space inside a locker room with access to showers and a temporary recording studio.

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Last week, Stadium officials reminded Kanye that he missed the deadline to move out. They handed him an official notice to pack up his Donda studio and move on.

They politely informed Kanye that the stadium is not a hotel.

Officials say his presence is causing problems for stadium employees who must work around him, his entourage, and clouds of marijuana smoke while they prepare the stadium for sporting events.

An hour ago, an insider texted with this message: "He's still there!!!"

I'm told stadium officials are brainstorming ways to figure out how to make Kanye leave.

One idea was to pay another stadium to take him off their hands. But so far, there are no takers.

Stadium officials are open to any suggestions.

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Black Lives Matter protesters blocked courthouse doors across the country to prevent landlords from filing thousands of evictions.

Some governors imposed moratoriums preventing landlords from evicting their tenants during the coronavirus pandemic.

Protesters blocked courthouse doors, preventing landlords from filing evictions in cities where the eviction moratoriums expired.

More than 15,000 renters are facing evictions in New Jersey, despite Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order preventing people from being kicked out if they don't pay rent.

The moratorium doesn't prevent the filing of evictions, but it stops the courts from enforcing evictions until November. New Jersey residents can stay in their homes until then, even if they don't pay their rent.

BLM activists fear a "tsunami of evictions" after the November elections.

New Jersey could see as many as 304,000 evictions filed over the next four months, an estimate 600% increase since last year.

Tensions between landlords and renters have escalated since moratoriums were placed on evictions in some states.

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A Connecticut man decapitated his landlord with a sword after being told he had to move out for failure to pay his rent.

Hartford police arrested Jerry Thompson, 42, for the murder of his landlord, Victor King, on Sunday. King had called police on Saturday to report his roommate was waving a sword around and behaving erratically.

Thompson was gone by the time police arrived. King gave officers Thompson's cellphone number, but it isn't clear if police got in contact with Thompson before the murder.



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The sad story about a single mom with 11 children who was laid off before Christmas may have been invented for a GoFundMe come up.

Multiple social media users claim Jessica Sumlin is a real life "Joanne the Scammer" who is lying about giving birth to 11 children.

Joanne the Scammer is a fictional Internet character played by YouTube comedian Branden Miller.

Sumlin made headlines earlier this week when news reports claimed she was a single mom of 11 children who faced eviction.

But the Internet says Summerlin only has 2 children. The other 9 kids allegedly belong to her boyfriend who doesn't have a job and relies on her to take care of him and his brood.

Sumlin's story, first reported by Fox13Memphis, resulted in hundreds of Internet users opening their hearts, wallets and pocketbooks to donate over $10,000 to her GoFundMe page.

Sumlin apparently deleted a second GoFundMe page that she created back in June 2019 with a completely different struggle story.

She also deleted her social media pages including a page and a Facebook page.

A page, where she sells shoes and household items for less than $50 each, is still active.

There were multiple clues to her apparent deception that were easy to find if Fox13Memphis bothered to do any research into her story.

For example, she is only shown with one child in media articles and on her GoFundMe page. Her GoFundMe page doesn't mention 11 children. Her GoFundMe summary says she lived with her mom, but in interviews she claimed she didn't have any "immediate family" to depend on for help.

She isn't technically a "single mother" if she lives with a boyfriend.

No wonder critics say journalism is dead in America.

Back in the day, a single mother with 6-12 kids lived the good life while collecting government checks for each child. Sadly, those gravy days are over.

A mother of 11 is facing eviction after she was laid off before Christmas. Jessica Sumlin, of Whitehaven, near Memphis, is struggling to find work to support her 11 children.

"If I had family to go to - like immediate family - I'd go and ask them, but I don't have any immediate family. It's just me and my kids," she told

On her GoFundMe page, Sumlin said she and her kids lived with her mom until she got pregnant again.

"I had a newborn so we couldn't stay there, and during this time I got a storage... which, after renting for a month, they informed me that someone had broke in and stole all me and my children's things."

She said kindhearted friends helped her move into an empty house and she's asking for donations to fix up the home. The house she moved into has black mold and no heat.

According to, Sumlin was laid off after 12 years at Taco Bell because she was a high-risk pregnancy. She said she found a temporary job in November, but she was laid off again just days before Christmas. She tried applying for jobs to make ends meet.

Now she is close to eviction and her lights are due to be cut off for nonpayment.

"My rent man constantly calling and texting me saying that I'm past due in rent.

A GoFundMe page raised over $9,800 of a $2,000 goal.

Twitter users weighed in with their own opinions about her situation.

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Pastor John Gray was a no-show for Sunday morning service at his Relentless megachurch in South Carolina, just days after it was reported that the church received an official eviction notice.

Gray spoke to his congregation via video from an undisclosed location. The embattled pastor delivered a message of defiance and hope, even as his church undergoes an eviction filed by the former owners.

In a calm voice, Gray explained that his absence was "pre-planned before there was a setup with a camera to serve papers to our church."

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Gray also noted that he was not in church so he could take "a necessary day” with his wife, Aventer Gray, to "build my marriage so that it can be healthy and vibrant."

Gray was the subject of cheating rumors and an extramarital affair with a woman in the Atlanta area.

The church's month-to-month lease expired last week. The Redemption Church, which owns the property, filed documents in court to evict the church.

Gray claimed the lease was paid and his church was not in default.

"We have paid what we owe, according to our agreement, and everything is going to be shared at the right time trough the proper legal channels," he said. "But until then, we, the Relentless Church, will continue to have service and we will maintain the moral ground."

Gray did not address rumors that he may be moving his megachurch to Atlanta.

Serena Williams' stepmother Lakeisha Graham has filed an emergency stay of eviction in Florida. The court papers, obtained by Splash News, accuses the tennis superstar of unfairly evicting her and Serena's half brother from her marital home.

Serena's elderly father Richard Williams, 85, who married Lakeisha in 2010, filed for divorce earlier this year. The couple have a minor son together.

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Unemployed rapper Tyga is facing eviction again. His current landlord wants the “Rack City” rapper to take his toothbrush and move out of his spacious Hollywood Hills mansion in 10 days.

The landlord filed notice to evict the 26-year-old last week.

The eviction noticed was taped to his front door, Page Six reports exclusively.

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