Sheree Whitfield can’t catch a break when it comes to finalizing her oft-delayed mini-mansion “Chateau Sheree.” The home, that’s been five years in the making, has been plagued with problems and this latest lawsuit could be the nail in the coffin.
According to AJC, Master Craft Stucco sued Sheree for non-payment on work done on her chateau. The company initially took legal action in 2015 but it received no response. Then, in May of 2016, a judge awarded the company “a lien on Whitfield’s home to the tune of $26,586.41, plus $1,981.50 in interest and court costs.” YIKES!
But apparently, Sheree still didn’t hand over the cash and the company can’t seek to garnish her wages because the home isn’t even in her name — it’s actually in her mother’s name, Thelma.
This isn’t the only lawsuit against Sheree and her Atlanta property. AJC also reports that, “Earlier this year, Heritage Landscape Group of Flowery Branch filed a claim in Fulton County Magistrate Court against the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” castmate for $10,012.50 in alleged unpaid bills for landscaping work on Whitfield’s home and help getting her get a certificate of occupancy.”
So, here’s where things get sticky. Because folks aren’t getting their coins from Whitfield, Emery Potter, the attorney for Master Craft Stucco, “is gathering other lien holders and may try to force Whitfield to sell the property so they can collect their judgment.”
Sheree, enough is enough. #SaveChateauSheree!