Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Sheree Whitfield may just be putting the finishing touches on her new mansion, but according to reports, the company that helped build it is suing her for unpaid work.
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Master Craft Stucco recently won a $26,000 judgment against the reality star for failing to pay them after they worked on Chateau Sheree.
On top of that, despite what Sheree's been saying on the current season of RHOA, the company's failure to collect their coins by garnishing her wages proved that the house isn't even in her name.
This all dates back to July 15, 2015, when the company initially filed against Sheree, but received no response.
They were rewarded a lien on her home almost a year later, on May 9, 2016, by a Fulton County superior judge Tom Campbell, to the amount of $26,586.41, with an additional $1,981.50 in interest and court costs.
Emory Potter, Master Craft Stucco's attorney, explained that he had a sheriff show up at Sheree's front door to collect the debt back in December, but she did not have the money on hand. He is currently bringing together other lien holders and may ultimately try to force her to sell the property so they can collect their coins.
This isn't the first legal squabble the reality star's had with the newly built property. She was also sued earlier this year by Heritage Landscape Group for $10,012.50 in alleged unpaid bills for landscaping work and for helping her obtain a certificate of occupancy.
Get the latest on one of Sheree's castmates in the BET Breaks video, above.
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