Real Housewives of Atlanta star Drew Sidora and her husband are accused of screwing over a company that helped work on their new home.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, the reality star and her boo, Ralph Pittman, had a lien placed against their new home in Duluth, Georgia. The company Tidal Wave Response claims they performed work on Sidora’s home but never received payment in full.
The couple recently purchased a 6-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom, 9,220 sq. ft. mansion. The pad is located in the same neighborhood as NeNe Leakes.
In court documents, Tidal Wave says they provided services related to water damage mitigation services. The lien says they are owed a total of $29,306.45.
The lien was filed on April 2 and has yet to be released. If the lien remains unpaid, Tidal Wave will collect their money once the home is sold to a new owner.
Back in March, Sidora shared a photo of her with Pittman in front of the new door. She wrote, “Last week you guys saw my new house! This is the home where we will be raising our family 🏡 kudos to @ralphpittmanjr for managing the move by himself 😂 #newhome #rhoa.”
Aside from the hill, the pad is massive and comes with. “completely new hardwood floors throughout lead to luxurious gourmet kitchen w/dream island and top appliances.”
The listing touted, “private guest bedroom on main” along with a master “with all the right conveniences, and master sized bedroom closet.” The home even came with a private saltwater pool, a full finished basement with full living quarters”, a wine cellar, and a reading room.
As Radar previously reported, Sidora isn’t the only Real Housewives of Atlanta star making headlines at the moment.
NeNe recently dropped $100,000 to settle a years-long beef with the Georgia State Department of Revenue. Court documents were filed by the department releasing a state tax lien filed against the reality star.
In documents, the state said NeNe paid off $95,232.92 in back taxes. The original debt stemmed from a 2014 tax bill.