The guy accused of squatting in Timbaland's Miami mansion after a house sale gone wrong claims the hip-hop mogul is the one in the wrong and is refusing to get out of the house.
As The Blast first reported, Timbaland sued a guy named William Zamora after he sold the house to Zamora, but the deal never went through and Zamora refused to move out.
According to court documents filed this week and obtained by The Blast, Zamora claims the deal didn't go through because the house had two liens against it — one from the IRS and a $500,000 attorney lien for unpaid fees.
Zamora also claims he made $300,000 worth of repairs on the house already, which Timbaland approved.
He claims the house is worth more now as a result of the improvements and that Timbaland is now trying to sell it behind his back.
Zamora is asking the court to dismiss Timbaland's suit and award him attorneys' fees.
The case remains ongoing.