Then on October 1st, Sharper was hit with a foreclosure lawsuit by L & W Supply Corp. aka Seacoast Supply in a Miami court.
The construction company said Sharper entered into a contract with Jerry Attardi General Contractors prior to February 2015, for improvements on his Aventura, FL mansion. Attardi then sub-contracted another company named Interiors of America to perform additional work for the home.
Seacoast Supply explained that Interiors of America has a line of credit with them and they provide building materials to the company in February through March.
They said they served Sharper with the bill and it was accepted on March 13th (interesting … because he was locked up in prison). However, they said he has refused to pay the bill, which has an outstanding balance of $11,158.73.
The construction company filed suit demanding the court order the home sold off at a foreclose auction and they be able to collect on their debt from the profits of the sale.
Sharper was also hit with a lien by All About Construction & More Inc. recently, accusing him of owing them a total of $23,728 for drywall and finishing work they completed on his home.
Then on November 24th, Sharper fired back at the lawsuit demanding the foreclosure of his Miami mansion — all while locked up in prison serving his 9 year sentence.
Sharper denies allegations from L&W Supply Corp. that he blew off the construction bill for work done on his pad.
Further, he explains that payments were made to the general contractor for the work done. He claims that any damages the company suffered are due to other parties NOT him. He is demanding the entire lawsuit be thrown out and the company pay his attorney fees.