Timbaland Sells Mansion At A Huge Loss After Beef With Squatter

It looks like the superstar producer has grown tired of dealing with an alleged squatter on his property.

(AllHipHop News) Timbaland has finally sold his Florida mansion for $1.36 million, after having to get the police involved when alleged squatter William Zamora refused to leave the property.

The producer, real name Timothy Zachary Mosley, has offloaded the mansion to a company called New Era Investment Properties.

Despite Mosley originally paying $3.4 million for the seven-bedroom property in 2004 and putting it on the market for $4.49 million in 2017, the loss is likely to be inconsequential to the producer, who's sure to be relieved to be rid of the house following the drama he faced with Zamora.

In July 2018, Mosley filed legal papers claiming Zamora caused "extensive" damage to the home, and also accused Zamora of stealing his mail by "breaking through the gate" of the mansion.

Zamora was living in the house as the process of buying it was pending.

However, the sale fell through and Zamora was subsequently evicted after Mosley sued and got the police involved.

Mosley is still trying to recover the $100,000 Zamora is alleged to have caused in damages through the man's bankruptcy case.


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