Sheree Whitfield Being Sued For Unpaid Bills For Chateau Sheree

Sheree Whitfield has struggled with her finances throughout her run on The Real Housewives of Atlanta and now that she is finally settled into Chateau Sheree, she is reportedly being sued for not paying her bills at the home.

According to a new report from RadarOnline, Whitfield is being sued for not paying her landscaping bill at the mansion. She also hasn’t been paying her taxes, as she may have put her money aside for her home. Apparently, she owes the state of Georgia around $300,000 in unpaid tax liens, and this doesn’t include the recent bills that haven’t been paid. In court papers filed in the Magistrate Court of Fulton County in Georgia, contractors who worked on her home claim that she owes them $10,012.50, plus an additional $500 in costs.

“Mrs. Whitfield contracted the landscaping services of Heritage Landscape to help in the completion of her home,” a court document filed against Sheree Whitfield reads. “Mrs. Whitfield has paid some (less than half of her bill), although she was happy with the work.”

Apparently, Sheree Whitfield had hired them to work on the home even though she didn’t have the money to pay them. When the contractors learned that she didn’t have the money, she changed her tune, citing that she wasn’t paying them for the poor work they had done on her home.

“We would just like to get the balance owed,” the court documents read, to which Sheree Whitfield has 30 days to pay up.

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