13
Aug
2014

[EXCLUSIVE] Akon’s Brother, Abou Thiam, Loses Georgia Mansion – Law Enforcement Seizes Home

Written by thejasminebrand in Blog

The law enforcement took possession of the mansion and then put it up for auction in February to sell off. On February 4th, the home was sold off for 500k to a company named Skatt Investments.

Abou originally purchased the the 5 beds, 5 ½ baths, and 4,659 square feet home for 708k in 2011. However, the music exec seems to have fallen behind in his property taxes, which caused him to lose possession of the home.

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Interesting to note, Abou is mega successful on his own and was the VP of A&R at Def Jam and C0-CEO of Konvict Muzik . He also has managed Chris Brown, Lady Gaga and T-Pain in the past. Abou was also romantically linked to actress Tracee Ellis Ross.

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Read the EXCLUSIVE Court Documents

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3 Comments to “[EXCLUSIVE] Akon’s Brother, Abou Thiam, Loses Georgia Mansion – Law Enforcement Seizes Home”

  1. oh please says:

    Did he not want it anymore or something!?? He and his brother are LOADED!!!! He could have just sold it!

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