R&B singer R. Kelly has been served an eviction notice on his Georgia home in Johns Creek that was used for the alleged ‘sex cult.’
The eviction notice was filed Tuesday (Feb. 13) after the R&B star accumulated $23,084.90 in unpaid rent and $2,308.49 in late fees reported by DailyMail.
The residential home has a $11,542.45-per-month rent. However, there were physical damages done to the abandoned property, which Kelly alleged that it was burglarized sometime last year. Criminal charges are expected to be filed.
The property in a Johns Creek neighborhood of Duluth seemed to be abandoned when the eviction papers were served according to the news outlet. Many are speculating that the “Ignition” singer is financially strapped due to being accused of having a ‘sex cult’ where he held women against their will inside of the property.
The owner of the singer’s home has reportedly asked a GA judge to organize a hold on the insurance money Kelly is expected to receive from the burglary by his longtime friend Alfonso Walker. The owner said the money will be released to him when rent is fully paid.