The former beauty queen, who received an offer from talk show host Wendy Williams to tell her side of the story on exchange for her late rent being paid (click HERE if you missed that), has now confirmed the suit but says she’s no deadbeat renter!
According to TMZ, Kenya has filed her answer to the lawsuit filed by her landlord, and has even filed a counter suit!
Kenya’s being sued for eviction by Conya Weems-Dillon for allegedly coming up $848 short on her May rent (a cool $3,999 / month) and breaking several terms of the lease agreement.
Now, Kenya has fired back with her own lawsuit — obtained by TMZ — claiming Weems-Dillon is lying and plotting to intimidate her into moving out of the 6-bedroom, 6-bath house.
In her suit, Kenya says she’s paid rent in full for May AND June … and claims her landlady constantly enters the house without notice.
She also alleges Weems-Dillon made up the conflict over the lease in order to sell a story to the media … and the eviction is just the landlady’s latest attempt to damage her rep.
Weems-Dillon’s attorney hasn’t returned our calls for comment.
I dunno about Kenya’s claims about her landlord, but her neighbors really AREN’T feeling her presence in their neighborhood.
How do I know? Quite a few of them hit me up with info about the house and several were trying to sell photos of Kenya’s eviction notice (but $1,000 was way outta my budget).