Rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Is Being Sued For Allegedly Causing Over $200,000 In Damages To Rental Home
According to recent reports, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is being sued for allegedly destroying his rental home. In 2017 American rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, born Artist Julius Dubose, entered a 12-month lease agreement to rent a luxury property in Mahwah, New Jersey. Reports claim that the ‘Swervin’ rapper paid a $15,000 security deposit and agreed to $10,000 monthly to rent the property from Dr. Lawrence Guarino and his wife.
Things between the couple and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie didn’t seem to end on good terms. In December of 2018, the pair accused A Boogie of breaking their rental agreement and abandoning the property without proper notice. They also claim that he caused extensive damages to the property as well that amounts to $263,592.24. Some of those damages include ruining the landscape and the carpet, leaving the bathroom toilets clogged, letting water infiltrate the property, and leaving two cars behind.
According to Dr. Lawrence Guarino and his wife, the damages caused by A Boogie’s alleged carelessness have left them unable to rent the property out to anyone else until everything is fixed accordingly. They are suing A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and his business High Bridge The Label, and demanding a jury trial in the Superior Court of New Jersey.
This isn’t the only legal issue that A Boogie is currently dealing with. As we previously reported, the 25-year-old is also facing gun and drug charges. Last month his home in Demarest, New Jersey was raided and the Bergenfield Police Department officers seized four guns. They also confiscated hollow-point bullets, magazines, marijuana, edibles, and drug paraphernalia connected to the distribution of dangerous substances. A Boogie, along with his security guard and manager, were arrested. The three men have since been released on their own cognizance and are waiting for their upcoming court dates.
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