A Boogie Wit da Hoodie is a crappy tenant, a new trial is on.
The Bronx-born rapper is facing prosecution for causing more than $ 250,000 in damage to a rental mansion in New Jersey - including clogging his toilet so badly, sewage seeped into the floors, according to reports Monday.
A Boogie, aka artist Julius Dubose - who was arrested for gun and drug rapes last month - is accused of wreaking smelly havoc on a $ 3.3 million spread held by Dr Lawrence Guarino and his wife in Mahwah as he rented it for $ 10,000 a month in 2017.
Dubose - who had three albums no.1 on Billboard's dashboard - left out 'bathroom toilets are clogged and overrun with sewage material that has penetrated through floors and is damaging ceilings below,' the lawsuit says in Hackensack Superior Court last week, NorthJersey.com reported.
The destruction of the mansion also included "cut carpets and mismatched pieces replacing damage, stains and tears throughout", "the front doors were to be left open with evidence of significant water damage", "the walls and damaged moldings "and" damage to the landscape ", while" two vehicles ... [were] abandoned on the property, ”the court documents alleged.
"[As] a direct and immediate result of the negligence, recklessness and / or recklessness of the defendants, the property suffered significant damage ... which left it unable to be rented until repairs were made important things have been done, '' the prosecution said.
The owners are asking for $ 263,592 in compensation, says the Daily Voice.
Dubose was arrested in December after cops found an arsenal of weapons and weed and drug paraphernalia in his Demarest, New Jersey home. It is not known what triggered the police search.
Dubose's publicist did not immediately respond to an email from the post on Monday.