A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Sued for Destroying Rental House
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is being sued because his rental property is allegedly destroyed.
The Bronx rapper, whose real name is Artist Julius Dubose, is accused of damaging the $10,000 a month property he leased from a doctor and his wife in Mahwah, New Jersey, according to AllHipHop.
On Sept. 1, 2017, A Boogie’s 12-month lease began. He reportedly abandoned the property without adequate notice in December of 2018. The owners, Dr. Lawrence Guarino and Carolyn, his wife, say that he caused $263,592.24 in substantial damage.
He destroyed the landscaping, left the bathroom toilets clogged, cut the carpet and replaced it with mismatched parts, the Guarinos say, and left two cars on the property abandoned. The house was also infiltrated with water, causing the high-end interior finishes to be heavily damaged.
The homeowners confirmed to the police the damage and possible vandalism. The couple said that before substantial repairs were carried out, they could not rent the house.
They are suing A Boogie and his company, High Bridge The Mark, and in the Superior Court of New Jersey they are seeking a jury trial.
After police raided his home following his 25th birthday party at a New Jersey bar, the 25-year-old rapper was arrested on weapons and drug charges last month.