Tamar Braxton's former nanny, who won a $213,000 judgment against the reality star last year, has finally been paid in full.
Earlier this year, Sally Lou Perkins filed a lien against the 7-bedroom, 9-bathroom, 13,716-square-foot Calabasas estate of Tamar and Vince Herbert — which meant if the property was sold, Perkins would be paid from the sale.
The house was originally put on the market last October for $15 million after Tamar filed for divorce from Vince.
The lien filed by Perkins demanded she be paid $213,431.37 from a judgment she won relating to unpaid wages.
On August 8, Tamar and Vince sold their home for $9,250,000, much less than the original asking price and even less than the $10.5 million they paid to buy it in 2012.
Sources close to the situation tell The Blast that Perkins received a check this week, which paid the entire $213k in full.
We’re told she plans to use the platform from her victory to help other domestic workers in similar situations. She plans to work with the New York-based organization National Domestic Workers Alliance.
The nanny, who was in charge of the estranged couple’s son Logan during Tamar Braxton’s “Love & War Tour” in 2014, said her job entailed 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 were the ones who ordered Braxton to pay.