Squatter Files For Bankruptcy So He Can Stay In Timbaland's Mansion

Timbaland will not be selling his pricey Miami mansion anytime soon.

(AllHipHop News) Timbaland recently won a legal battle and was granted permission to kick a squatter out of his Miami mansion.

Tim filed a lawsuit against William Zamora, whom he claims has been staying in his Miami mansion illegally, after the two men entered an agreement for Zamora to purchase the $3 million dollar home.

But the deal fell apart after Timbaland accused Zamora of failing to pay him $30,000 a month in rent as the purchase was being finalzed. Timbaland asked a judge to boot Zamora from the house, but he filed his own countersuit claiming he had already made $300,000 worth of repairs to the mansion.

Earlier this month, a judge agreed with Timbaland that William Zamora should be removed from the mansion.

As he was being evicted, William Zamora decided to file for bankruptcy, which means he will not be leaving Timbaland's mansion anytime soon.

The filing will only further delay Timbaland's five-year quest to sell the Miami mansion, which he decided to put on the market after his divorce from his ex-wife.

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JDD

Good Lord this sounds like a nightmare. Crazy. 5 years?!? Wow.