Flo Rida Sued For Failure to Make Payments on Security System
What would Hollywood be without a few run-ins with the law? The latest to cause scandal is none other than rapper Flo Rida. Back in 2009 ADT, the biggest home security company in the U.S., wired up Flo’s mansion with a $58,000 security system. This house has state-of-the-art systems with countless amounts of sensors, smoke detectors and 27 security cameras. Yes, you read that properly. 27!
ADT is taking Flo to court and have presented a copy of the contract, which shows that it is signed by a man named Lee Prince, who is according to reports, Flo’s manager. ADT claims that while the initial deposit of $19,366.66 was paid, they have yet to receive the remaining amount of $38,733. Not only is ADT asking for the amount of their unpaid services, they are also asking for interest bringing the total up to $47,134.40.
However, Flo (real name Tramar Dillard) is claiming that he never authorized the work to be done and that because the contract is signed under his manager’s name, the responsibility for making those payments does not fall on his shoulders. No word yet on whether or not the judge has made a decision.
Last year Flo was arrested for driving under the influence while driving his $1.7 million Bugatti. At the time, his driver’s license had been suspended for failing to pay a traffic fine.
Hopefully with the success of his newest album Wild Ones, Flo can overcome these latest mishaps. This is the first Flor Rida has a released an album with three Top 5 singles. His songs, “Good Feeling”, “Wild Ones” and “Whistle” have all achieved major success.
We’ll keep you updated as more details unfold!
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