British rap trio N-DUBZ has been hit with another scandal - bandmate DAPPY has reportedly been handed a massive bill after allegedly causing $7,500 (£5,000)-worth of damage to his rented apartment.
The star - real name Dino Contostavlos - rented a posh pad in London's Canary Wharf area at $3,000 (£2,000)-per-month, but is said to have infuriated his landlords by leaving the property in substandard state.
According to Britain's The Sun, Contostavlos allegedly ruined furniture, graffitied the walls and left rotting food in the kitchen - forcing the owner to have the place professionally cleaned twice.
A source tells the publication, "He is obviously of the mindset that if he doesn't own it, he can treat it as he likes. There is no way they are allowing him to get away with it. There's too much damage.
"Usually these properties are let to City gents and women who treat them with respect. The worst they have to deal with is a broken glass - nothing like this kind of havoc."
The report comes just days after his bandmate and cousin, Tulisa Contostavlos, was allegedly thrown out of a Miami, Florida hotel for trashing her suite.
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