Former Real Housewives of Orange County star Braunwyn Windham-Burke and her estranged husband Sean have been slapped with legal papers over $45,000 in unpaid rent.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, Karen Ogden, the owner of the Newport Beach mansion the ex-Bravo star was leasing, filed a civil lawsuit on July 12.
In the suit, the landlord says the reality stars leased the 5-bedroom, 6 ½ bathroom, 8,000 sq. ft. pad in January 2020. They agreed to pay $15,000 a month in rent for a one-year and six-month lease.
The suit says Braunwyn and Sean failed to pay rent for 3 months. The landlord says they notified the couple they were being kicked out last month.
In court documents, the landlord is asking for the couple to cough up the $45k and get out of the property immediately.
This luxury home comes with "double sub-zero refrigerators and an expansive kitchen island clad with Macassar wood" along "a glass enclosed gym, multi-purpose/play room and a movie theater with stadium seating, top-quality sound system, custom leather couches and a stage for special performances."
As Radar previously reported, earlier this week, Braunwyn and Sean announced they were separating after 26 years of marriage.
She said, “We are packing up this house, the one we filmed last year, and we are moving. We have decided jointly that we are going to take a few months apart."
The two said they would co-parent their seven kids with Braunwyn moving to Hawaii and Sean deciding to stay in Newport Beach. The decision comes after Braunwyn announced she was a lesbian in December and planned to be in an open relationship with her husband.
Sean said, "We're going to see what that's like, living apart for a little while." The home they were living in hit the market in March for $6,795,000.
Braunwyun said, “What we would like to do is when this is over, is to get a house that the kids stay in and then we might go [back and forth]. We haven't decided if, after this little experiment of having a few months apart, if we are gonna come back together and live together as friends and family, or if we're going to just keep the kids in the house and we'll come in and out."
Braunwyn and Sean have yet to respond to the eviction lawsuit in court.