Shereé Whitfield is in hot water, Roommates! Master Craft Stucco company just won a $26,000 judgement against the #RHOA star after she allegedly neglected to pay for the work done on her home. The only problem is that the company can’t garnish her wages in order to get the money because the house isn’t in her name!
“The company first filed the lien in July 15, 2015. It received no response.
On May 9, 2016, a Fulton County superior judge Tom Campbell rewarded the company a lien on Whitfield’s home to the tune of $26,586.41, plus $1,981.50 in interest and court costs.
Emory Potter, the attorney for Master Craft Stucco, said in an exclusive interview last week that he tried to garnish Whitfield’s wages but since the home is not under her name, ‘we haven’t been able to find bank accounts to garnish.'”
In addition to the above, Potter is reportedly creating a collective of other lien holders in order to possibly force Whitfield to sell her home just to collect the money.
Maybe we’ll see all of this play out in the show!
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