Kenya Moore's landlord is not happy with her.
Conya Weems-Dillon, who owns the Roswell home, filed an eviction notice with the magistrate court of Fulton County May 24 for past due rent of a rather modest $848 out of $3,999. Just $848? Really?
I picked up a copy at the courthouse Wednesday afternoon.
Weems-Dillon, on the notice, said there was also "default of lease (alterations & maintenance.)" She is also requesting a $400 late fee, a $1,500 eviction fee and $500 administrative fee plus "damages for alterations."
It's unspecified what alterations or lack of maintenance are at issue. Through Conya's leasing agent, I left a message with Weems-Dillon for comment.
The constable marshal posted the notice on the premises May 31. Moore has until June 7 to respond.
This morning, I stopped by the home, which Zillow says has 7,119 square feet, five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bath. Weems-Dillon purchased the home for $724,000 in 2010. Zillow values the home at $890,000.
The front area is meticulously landscaped. I couldn't tell if anyone was home but a very wet, old newspaper/ad circular sat forlornly in the driveway, implying nobody has been there awhile.
Moore has lived there since January, according to Nexis/Lexis.
She Tweeted about the issue about 17 hours ago in all sweetness and light:
An intricate plot she sent Feds 2 my spot, bitch said I ain't pay her, damn how she gonna stick me for my paper?! Biggie said it best LOL
On June 5, she had noted:
I don't know how to directly reach Moore. She probably has a publicist somewhere but I don't know who that is. (If you know, feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org).
Moore joined "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" last season, moving to Atlanta from Los Angeles, and became a big star immediately. She is set to come back season six, which should begin shooting relatively soon.