Lauryn Hill Faces Eviction From New Jersey Mansion
After an ongoing battle with her landlords, Lauryn Hill has finally agreed to pack it up and out of her New Jersey Mansion.
Hill reached a settlement with the landlords, agreeing to pay $7,000 in rent and vacate the premises by the end of May.
Just one month shy of her three-month prison stint for tax evasion, at least L-Boogie won’t have to lose sleep over her living situation beforehand. Her ex-lover Rohan Marley will reportedly take on his fatherly duties of his and Hill’s five kids.
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