Rick Ross’ baby mama was hit with a restraining order by her ex-boyfriend and ordered to vacate the Florida home they lived in together.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, back in July, Ross’ ex Tia Kemp and their 16-year-old son William Roberts III were sued by her ex, Jason Highley.
In the suit, Highley says he was in a romantic relationship with Tia. He allowed her to stay at his Fort Lauderdale home with her two kids, Ross’ son and another kid named Deandre Wright.
“The romantic relationship deteriorated and Highley has asked the Defendants to move out of the property several times, to no avail,” the suit read.
At the time of the filing, Highley said there was a pending temporary domestic violence injunction against Kemp, keeping her from entering the property. However, he said Wright kept entering the home to “steal and destroy items” and harass Hghley’s elderly stepparent.
Highley said the defendants did not pay rent and he wanted them out. He accused Kemp and Wright of being “abusive both physically and mentally” on several occasions. He sued Kemp along with Ross’ son demanding they be evicted.
Days later he dropped all claims against Ross’ son, most likely due to him being underage.
Kemp and Wright filed a response — without Roberts III — denying all allegations of wrongdoing. They said they vacated the property in July after the police were called out.
They did want the court’s help in obtaining property they left at the home. The two said the locks had been changed and they couldn’t get inside. Kemp added that while she didn’t pay rent, she helped with other expenses.
Ross’ ex said she wanted nothing to do with Highley. On October 6, the parties finally reached a deal where the civil lawsuit was dropped. They agreed to not step foot on the property and all personal items will be returned.
However, Kemp is still dealing with the restraining order that Highley obtained after the police were called out. The judge granted him a temporary order. A hearing is set for January where the judge will determine whether to make the order permanent.
Over the years, Ross and Kemp have been in and out of court fighting over child support. They reached a confidential agreement in 2018 to end their never-ending war.