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Isaiah Washington Moving to Another House After Eviction Threat


Isaiah Washington Moving to Another House After Eviction Threat

Thursday, April 2 2009

by Joe Halls



Isaiah Washington and his family were seen packing up their things in their Los Angeles home earlier this week after receiving an eviction notice from the Superior Court of California. It was reported that they didn’t settle more than $100,000 for their rent.



The notice stated, "If tenants fail to pay the above rent or to quit possession of the premises within three days after the date of service of a copy of this notice, legal proceedings will be instituted for possession of the premises, and for such other damages as may be allowed by law."



Kevin McCauley of Sandalwood Properties is the owner of the property. He revealed that the Washingtons were not paying their house for more than $20,000 a month since November of last year. McCauley filed a complaint on March 24 after getting no response from the notice he sent to the Washingtons last March 19 to pay the desired amount.



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