Tyga, settlement reached: the rapper paid large amounts of money to ex-landlord to avoid arrest
Rapper Tyga and his former landlord have finally reached a settlement in their legal dispute over the performer’s rental of a Malibu mansion, therefore a Los Angeles County judge revoked an arrest warrant issued for him earlier this week (Agoust 8) after he failed to show up for a court hearing.
Tyga and his legal team settled the matter on Thursday (August 11) “to the mutual satisfaction of all parties”, according to Rezai’s attorney. The rapper has reportedly handed large amounts of money to the landlord (whose name is Gholamreza Rezai) so he can return to America without getting arrested.
The man sued the rapper in 2012 after he allegedly broke the terms of a one-year lease on a $16,000-a-month mansion since court papers suggested Tyga left the property in need of repair after installing a strippers’ pole in the master bedroom, damaging the property’s hardwood floors, its intercom system, a gate opener and the glass-tiled shower.