Tamar Braxton's former caregiver says the singer hasn't paid up on a $213,000 judgment, so now the woman is going to try and take a piece of the action when Braxton sells her mansion.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Sally Lou Perkins filed a lien last month against the Calabasas home of Tamar and Vince Herbert. The house was put up for sale when Tamar filed for divorce from Vince last October, but is now just available for rent.
The 13,716-square-foot estate was listed for $15 million, and Perkins says if it goes back on the market, and before Braxton sees a dime, she wants to collect $213,431.37 in unpaid wages.
The nanny, who was in charge of the estranged couple's son Logan during Braxton's "Love & War Tour" in 2014, says her job entails all childcare aspects including; preparing meals and snacks, transportation, getting dressed, create nurturing activities to stimulate development, social and emotional needs, clean bedrooms and do laundry.
Perkins had originally filed a claim with the State of California Labor Standards Enforcement, and they ordered Braxton to pay. Now that she claims she hasn't seen any money, the nanny is going to the next level.
All is fair in Love & War ... and changing diapers.