Tyga isn’t only facing serious legal trouble following his arrest for felony domestic violence, but he’s been slapped with a lawsuit demanding he cough up $27k.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, a company called Showroom Interiors is suing the 31-year-old rapper for breach of contract.
The suit was filed weeks before Tyga was accused of beating up his ex-girlfriend Camaryn Swanson. In the docs, the company says Tyga hired them back in 2019 to stage a home for him.
They agreed to provide design, decorating, delivery, installation, and rental of furniture and other goods.
The contract attached makes it appear he hired them to decorate his 4-bedroom, 8-bathroom 13,986 sq. ft. mansion in Los Angeles. Tyga agreed to pay $5k for installation, $10k security deposit plus $69k for a six-month rental of the furniture. The total bill was $84k.
Showroom Interiors says Tyga screwed them over when he refused to pay the final payment on the bill. As a result, the company is demanding he cough up the full $27,337.11 plus interest from April 1, 2019.
The rapper has yet to respond to the case. As Radar previously reported, Tyga has much bigger issues to deal with now. Over the weekend, Camaryn called cops on him after he allegedly beat her up inside his home.
She posted a photo of a nasty black eye captioned, “I’ve been emotionally, mentally, and physically abused and I’m not hiding it anymore.”
Before she spoke out, Tyga’s team leaked a story trying to portray Camaryn as an erratic ex-girlfriend who showed up at his home unannounced.
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She denies this claim and posted a screenshot of an alleged text sent by Tyga. In the alleged message, he is seen asking her to come over early in the morning and even sent her a car to pick her up.
She claims, "when I tried to leave he physically assaulted me and refused to let me leave for hours."
Tyga originally refused to speak to police but eventually showed up to a LAPD station with his lawyer. After his meeting, the police determined they had enough to arrest him.
His next court date is in February.