Mahwah Couple: Renting Rapper Clogged Our Toilets, Cut Our Carpets, Ruined Landscaping
A Bergen County rapper arrested for gun violence following a shooting at a Teaneck nightclub is being sued by a mahwah couple who claim he destroyed their home.
Artist Julius Dubose – better known as A Boogie Wit da Hoodie – clogged and flooded toilets, cut open carpets and replaced them with mismatched pieces, among other things, when he rented her $ 3.3 million on Finn Court, said Dr. Lawrence Guarino and his wife Carol.
Dr. Guarino noted that the landscape, front doors, floors, ceilings, ceilings and walls of the house were being “negligently, recklessly and negligently” damaged, along with two vehicles that had been parked on the property. This was a lawsuit in the Supreme Court in Hackensack against Dubose and his record label alleged.
This left the house “not being rented out until extensive repairs have been made,” it said.
The $ 15,000 security deposit that Dubose put on after agreeing to pay $ 10,000 a month in 2017 rent for a year doesn’t come close to covering the cost of damage, the Guarinos say.
$ 263,592 should do it, they think.
The Bronx-born rapper is already on his arm over defense attorney fees after detectives investigating a shootout outside a Teaneck nightclub as he was celebrating his 25th birthday party reported he had four guns at the rapper’s Demarest house, Ammunition and illegal pot foods found.
Dubose was not involved in the December 7th shootings outside RAIN, in which an 18-year-old member of his entourage was hospitalized, authorities said.
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Bergen District Attorney’s detectives were investigating the shooting as they walked home to Dubose’s Pine Terrace with NYPD investigators and Demarest police.
A search found a .380 caliber Ruger pistol, a .40 caliber Glock pistol, an H&K 9mm pistol, and a Smith and Wesson 9mm pistol, plus “hollow bullets, various high-performance magazines, marijuana , Hashish oil foods and drug paraphernalia often related to the distribution of [drugs]”Prosecutor Mark Musella said at the time.
They arrested the Atlantic Records artist along with his manager and a security officer.
Dubose was released pending legal action.
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