(LA TIMES) — Lauryn Hill is facing eviction from her New Jersey mansion, according to reports circulating Friday.
The eight-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter could be ousted from the South Orange mansion she’s been living in since 2009. She stopped paying rent last month, TMZ reports, and now her landlord is trying to evict her.
The former Fugees member was reportedly due in tenancy court earlier this week, according to South Orange Village Counsel Steve Rother (via Patch).
This proceeding is the latest in her personal financial struggles.
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