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Azealia Banks Could Face Eviction From Her Miami Mansion


According to reports, Azealia Banks may be homeless this winter after she's evicted from her rented property in Miami.


Sources close to the case allege that the property landlord in Miami claimed Azealia was not paying her rent. The landlord filed legal documents to have her removed from the house. The documents filed state: "Plaintiffs, by and through the undersigned attorney, sue Defendant, AZEALIA BANKS, and any unknown tenants and alleges: This is an action to evict Defendant, a tenant, from the real property in Miami-Dade County, Florida,"


In order to notify Ms Banks of the legal complaint, the landlord hired a process server to "serve" Azealia and that's when things took a disastrous turn.


According to the process server's account, Azealia Banks and an unidentified woman (also called 'Doe') attacked them. "Upon arrival, there were no vehicles parked in the residence's driveway," the process server's narrative read. "I explained the nature of my visit and inquired after the subject, Azealia Banks, or other residents, but the unidentified woman was immediately uncooperative and did not answer my questions, ultimately slamming the door in my face and demanding I leave immediately."


"As I returned to my vehicle, Doe exited the property and began shouting at me, saying, 'You think you're going to go through my friend's trash and get away with it?!' " the process server continued. "I again advised Doe that I was a process server attempting to serve a summons, and Doe began taking video and photographs of me and my vehicle."


"Doe approached my door and took photos of me with her cell phone. At the same time, I was sprayed in the face with a fire extinguisher." The process server further recalled, "I immediately exited my vehicle and observed Doe and another female (Miami Dade Police later found the female to be Azealia) running back into the home while laughing."



Last year via social media Azealia Banks seemed to claim she purchased the same property for which she now faces eviction.

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