Judge Orders New HGTV Host to Pay $100,000 in Missed Rent

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Entertainer Todrick Hall’s “dream house” in Los Angeles

Entertainer Todrick Hall, whose new HGTV Show debuts in December 2022, was ordered by a Los Angeles judge to pay his former landlords over $100,000 in unpaid rent and fines for the “dream home” he told fans. Though he eventually bought the home, a judge says he still has rent to pay and the amount continues to rise. Here’s the latest on the real estate chaos…


Court documents reveal that Hall still owes rent on the house he eventually bought


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In February 2021, Hall – who rose to fame as a performer, choreographer and reality star after starring in Season 9 of “American Idol” — shared a YouTube video called “Bought my dream house!!!” in which he gave fans a tour of his modern mansion in Sherman Oaks, California. The 8,000-square-foot home includes a movie theater, huge deck and pool, and two kitchens.

Hall has a huge following on social media, including 3.6 million followers on YouTube and another 1.7 million on Instagram, and he was excited to share his big step with followers.

“I’ve wanted to buy a house for a long time and this is a dream come true,” he told viewers of his home tour video. “I saw over 50 houses and decided on this one. When I saw this one, I fell in love.”

But on March 3, 2022, the home’s actual owners — Avi and Orna Lavian — served Hall with a pay or termination notice, according to obtained court documents from Us Weekly. It turned out that he hadn’t actually bought the house, but had signed a monthly lease with an option to buy it. The Lavians formally filed a lawsuit on March 29, stating that Hall failed to pay his $30,000 monthly rent in February or March.

By June, Hall appeared to have cleaned up the mess because he bought the home — for real this time — for $6.1 million with $4.8 million in loans on the home, according to Luxury real estate blog Dirt.

but Us Weekly revealed it new legal documents showing Hall never paid the missing rent payments. A judge has now ordered him to pay $102,000 in arrears and a fine. Hall has not publicly commented on the verdict.

He’s a big fan of CBS’ Big Brother. hosted a reunion at his glittering home on September 26th for the cast of Big Brother 24 and he is now on a concert tour in Australia until October 6th.


Hall co-hosting “Battle of the Bling” on HGTV

Amid his own real estate woes, Hall, 37, who says his personal interior style is very “PeeWee’s Playhouse,” toured stunning homes across the US for a new HGTV show.

In December, the network Premiere “Battle of the Bling” with Hall and former Design Star winner Kim Myles on their quest to find the country’s “most flashy, over the top and outrageous homes”.

As announced in July, HGTV said the competition show will follow Myles and Hall “as they tour 15 strikingly bold properties nominated by homeowners who believe theirs is the flashiest, most unapologetically ‘extra’ home bar, no matter what.” through epic splendor, bombastic design, wildly imaginative design or extravagance that is indescribable.”

Hall and Myles, with the help of a few other HGTV stars, will rate each home on a scale of “fab to drab” based on “wow factor, originality, and overall look.” One of the homes will be crowned “the most dazzling,” with the homeowners receiving a trophy and being featured in HGTV magazine.

Videographer diva Josette Napierala, who also directed the new show First Home Fix, revealed on Instagram Filming with Hall and Myles ended in mid-August.

She wrote: “This wraps up my second HGTV show! Battle of the Bling…I loved doing TV with this team and it was fantastic working with Kim Myles and Todrick Hall.”

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Brian Ashcraft

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