Flo Rida has been ordered to pay a security company $31,258 after he failed to pay them for installing a state-of-the-art system at his home in Miami in 2012.
Flo Rida has been ordered to pay a security company $31,258.
The 'Whistle' rapper, real name Tramar Lacel Dillard, was sued by ADT security after they installed a state-of-the-art system at his Miami mansion in 2012 to protect him from potential intruders and he failed to pay his $58,000 bill.
Court documents, obtained by gossip website TMZ.com, showed the 34-year-old star paid a little more than $19,000 as a deposit and then refused to pay the balance when the company placed 27 security cameras around his home, claiming he never authorised the work.
But a judge in Florida has now ruled that he must pay the outstanding $31,258.
News of the lawsuit comes less than one month after it was revealed the rapper owes almost $1.2 million in unpaid tax.
Flo Rida is behind on three payments from 2009, 2010 and 2011, but claims he was swindled out of $170,000 by a couple in a real estate scheme.
According to government files, he still owes $1,197,655.44 to the IRS, despite paying $1 million last year.
The allegations of unpaid taxes are not the only financial worries Flo has had to deal with in recent years.
He was also ordered to pay $432,704 to the organisers of a music festival in Australia after he reportedly failed to show up in 2011.
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