If Birdman ever sells his Miami mansion, his cut will be about $264,000 lighter than he hoped thanks to a lien that's been filed against the home.
As The Blast first reported, the Cash Money founder was ordered to immediately surrender possession of all keys and security system access to his 7-bed 11-bath 20,000 sq ft compound. He put the house on the market for $20 million, but slashed the price down to $16.9 million.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a lien was filed by Reel Pressure Cleaning, a Florida-based company that specializes in water removal recovery, indoor air quality testing, toxicity and mold testing and removal.
Reel claims they did work on the home in October and November of 2017, but never got paid. The bill: $264,659.38.
If Birdman is able to sell the home, Reel will get their money before he gets any.
The home has yet to be sold.