Keyshia Cole Faces $70,000 Lawsuit

Published: Wednesday 9th Oct 2019 by David

Keyshia Cole has found an enemy in a man she rented a luxury home from.

Bad news below…

A man named Glenn Feldman says he rented a luxurious home in Marina Del Rey, California to the ‘Heaven Sent’ singer and was mortified when he returned to find that it had been trashed.

Cole is said to have lived there for two years and left the property until the May of this year and has now been asked to hand her former landlord $70,000 to cover the costs he incurred as a result of her alleged actions.

Defendants breached the lease, as extended, by causing extensive damage to the Property which rendered it unrentable and which caused substantial damages in form of repair costs by Plaintiff in the total sum of not less than $69,925.49, for the damages and repair work, as more fully set forth and itemized on the statement.

Here’s a breakdown of the costs.

$1,400 for blinds.

$1,200 for carpeting.

$8,700 for Marble Restoration.

$6,500 on downstairs floor recovery.

$750 for tree cutting, $750 for “master clean up”.

$450 for front door repairs “all chewed up by dogs presumably”.

$800 for landscaping and $10,500 for “JT General Construction Electrical repairs and general carpentry).

The home is said to be worth $2.5 million.


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  1. only facts October 9, 2019

    Wait, why TF is he expecting Keyshia to pay for tree-cutting? How did she cause damage to the trees that required tree cutting? Bye.

  2. 2bad2bme October 9, 2019

    I guess he said “I Changed My Mind” about letting her rent his house

  3. Sweetnothings78 October 9, 2019

    Good rat with no respect. End of!

  4. Clarkson October 9, 2019

    First of all where the hell she gon get that kind of money from? She hasn’t had a hit in the last ten years

    Secondly why do celebrities love trashing rentals and hotel rooms, property that dont belong to them. Its disrespectful as hell.

    “Marble restoration ” bìtch what the hell did u do to the floors?

    • You tried October 9, 2019

      Just because she hasn’t had a “hit” doesn’t mean she isn’t making money silly goose. She still tours and has a decent fan base for her music. Also do you think she spent the millions up that she made a her first 3 albums? Ang

      • WJJ October 10, 2019

        THANK YOU! FACT!!!

      • Mica October 11, 2019

        Thank you.

    • PY October 10, 2019

      Dump comment you don’t need always nunber1 hit if you want to make money in this industry. She had hits in the past and a bunch of Fans. Xscape did go on tour last year without a hit and they sold every arena out!!

      • PY October 10, 2019

        You know how much money the made?!!

  5. Kristie October 9, 2019

    Once upon a time, there was a bad, destructive tenant by the name of Keyshia Cole who destroyed someone else’s home. She now owes the home owner $70K. She should be ashamed of herself.


  6. Maxx October 9, 2019

    Most of that sounds like regular wear & tear. Take the deposit sir & call it a day. The cost of renting your property…boy bye

    • Mica October 11, 2019

      That’s what I said regular wear and tear

    • LadyA October 11, 2019

      Yes wear and tear

  7. Minni October 9, 2019

    Atleast her last album aint flop as bad as roachonce..

  8. Yolinda October 10, 2019

    Celebrity stars whatever you want to call them are like that that’s just how they are she is JUST going TO HAVE to Pony up THE Gouda.

  9. Jane Doe October 10, 2019

    I hated landlord!!! They always do the same!!! Change a bunch of money for us living in they property and after we moved out, they want we pay for the renovations, why we need pay for renoved somebody’s else property if we already was paying for the rent, and the rent included the expenses they will go to have in the future!!! I hope she gets a very good lawyer and don’t give this rat one penny.

    • Percy sherrod October 10, 2019

      Im thr landlord ..say it to my face……..yeah I thought so…….

    • ConsueloMami October 10, 2019

      I hope that Keyshia Cole’s position is that the property owner has to prove to Ms. Cole that the $70K request is reasonable. From the information provided so far, it appears the owner’s request is unreasonable.

  10. Latisha Mae Mclymore October 10, 2019

    That’s crazy he just won’t money cause she is a singer and for one why should she pay for the damn trees that’s his part to do and if I was her I would get my ownestimates I wouldn’t go by his estimates I will get somebody to go in and look inside the house and give me their estimates because for one he’s that is entirely too much $1,000 for some blinds what in the world type of blinds are those they must go up and down by there self they must talk to you

  11. Timothy Meeks October 10, 2019

    Someone said it sounds like normal wear. The deposit usually cover normal wear and tear. She trashed that house.

    • ConsueloMami October 10, 2019

      The Owner has to prove what part of the $70K being requested falls outside of normal wear-and-tear

    • Dawn Sanford October 11, 2019

      Mr.Meeks I was thinking the same thing!! Wear and Tear is painting,deep cleaning, Window Cleaning,

  12. ConsueloMami October 10, 2019

    There is always wear-and-tear after a tenant moves. My initial response is that the owner would have to prove how the (1) $10,500 for general contracting, electrical repairs and carpentry is Ms. Cole’s responsibility, as well as how the (2) $750/$750 for tree cutting/master cleanup is Ms. Cole’s responsibility. People can claim a lot of things but this is a case of what the Lease says about what is “wear-and-tear” and what is “destruction of property.”

  13. Bunchesofos October 10, 2019

    Dude is probably lying. Man in all my years of following hip hop and everything else in the entertainment industry (over 35yrs) I’ve never seen so many people suing for all kinds of s*** . Like everybody looking for clout or a big ass payday. $70grand not a lot but it’s enough for whatever this ex landlord’s motive is for suing Keyshia. Don’t believe it. I don’t believe it.

  14. Angela Brookins October 11, 2019

    I hope he(property owner) and she(K.Cole) has before and after pics of said property..just saying.

  15. Casey October 11, 2019

    Can we say homeowners insurance???? And when do tenants pay for trees????

  16. Boytoy1814 October 11, 2019


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