Renter of Calvin Harris’ California property files lawsuit against the producer
Suffice to say, this is not “what he came for.”
The renter of Calvin Harris’ Sunset Strip home in West Hollywood filed a lawsuit against the producer and alleges that the property had a number of faults, including issues with hot water and heating, broken doors, and, ironically, a sound system that didn’t work. The tenant, Harry Moscatel, leased the residence for $35,000 a month, after putting down a $70,000 security deposit.
Moscatel’s lawsuit seeks to recover some of the money that Moscatel spent in his rent payments. The legal documents cite Moscatel’s identification as a legally blind man protected under the Americans With Disabilities Act as one of its arguments.
Moscatel has vacated Harris’ property.
H/T: Hot New Hip Hop