Real Housewives of Atlanta star Drew Sidora and her husband have hashed out their issues with a company that accused them of refusing to pay for work done.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, Tidal Wave Response has released the lien they filed against Drew and Ralph Sidora’s new6-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom, 9.220 sq. ft. mansion in Duluth, Georgia.
The home is in the same community as NeNe Leakes. As we first reported, Tidal Wave claimed they performed work on the property but was never paid in full. In court documents, the company claimed they provided services related to water damage mitigation services.
The lien said the reality stars owed a total of $29,306.45, which has now been paid in full. At the moment, it’s unclear if Drew will be coming back for season 14.
There is a ton of speculation that producers are set to clean house just like they did with Real Housewives of Orange County. Many believe Porsha Williams will not be returning due to a series of cryptic messages on her social media.
As Radar previously reported, Drew isn't the only RHOA star going through it at the moment. Her costar Kenya Moore recently filed for divorce from her estranged husband Marc Daly.
Kenya and Marc are currently fighting over custody and support of their baby girl Brooklyn. The Bravo star is seeking primary custody with Marc only receiving visitation. Marc is on board with the request but wants to be awarded joint legal custody which will allow him to make important life decisions for his child.
Recently, Kenya pleaded with the court to set an emergency hearing. She wrote, “The petition as filed shows that this Court’s intervention is need as to the custody of the minor child.”
She added, “there are various issues impacting the care, safety, and well-being of the minor child that could be continuously impacted if not addressed at least on a “temporary” basis.” Marc denied the claim and asked the court to set a hearing on support but not an emergency one.
The case is still pending and Kenya is attempting to seal the case. A judge has yet to rule.