Plumbing Company Slapped A Lien On Reality Star’s Home
A home construction company has accused Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore of stiffing it after its workers helped remodel the fixer upper she purchased last year in Georgia.
Now, Randal Lowe Plumbing has hit the reality star with a lien demanding she pay up for the work they did.
Last year, the reality star dropped $515,000 on a fixer upper in Atlanta. The home didn’t even have doors when she purchased it, and it’s a stone’s throw from enemy & co-star Sheree Whitfield’s under construction pad.
Sources said Kenya paid cash and immediately began extensive remodeling for the property. The home was under construction by the previous owner but they ran out of money and left it unfinished before the RHOA star scooped it up. It was reported Kenya planned on spending around $400,000 on the remodel.
The home renovation was a storyline for Kenya on the last season, and it was even a topic of a verbal fight between her and Sheree during a party they attended.
But according to docs filed in Georgia on June 8th, Randal Lowe Plumbing slapped Kenya with a claim of lien accusing her of refusing to pay up on work they did.
The document explains they furnished labor and materials to Kenya’s home and the invoice was due to be paid on March 30th, but she has refused to pay up for their work, which totaled only $950.
Kenya has yet to pay off the debt to the plumbing company and the lien is still active in Georgia.