"Black Ink" Stars & Viacom Sued For Using Location As A "Sex Motel": Report

Black Ink Atlanta is receiving some authorized warmth after airing specific varieties scenes. The VH1 actuality present and a few its stars have been hit with a lawsuit from the proprietor a rental home wherein the crew had been filming.

The indignant landlord, Hussein Abdelhadi, claims that Jakeitha “Sky” Days broked their settlement by filming scenes within the Atlanta residence. He was shocked about how his property had been used and is, subsequently, taking authorized motion towards the manufacturing firm, in addition to Sky, who’s the supervisor the Atlanta Tatoo store featured on the sequence. Ceasar Emanuel can also be tied up within the authorized difficulty because the proprietor the store.

The authorized paperwork filed by Abdelhadi state that the lease was granted completely for residential use. The landlord additionally affirms that Sky was the one individual entitled to make use of the situation beneath the lease’s phrases. Emanuel’s presence was additionally a breach of their settlement for this motive. The man’s alleged use the situation to interact in sexual exercise with a number of ladies solely makes issues worse. On high all this, Jakeita made it look like she was the proprietor the property all through the sequence.

Abdhelhadi specifies that he was shocked by the content material that aired. He is embarrassed “by photographs the property getting used as a home unwell reputation.” He was planning on shifting his household again into the home after Sky’s departure, however the use his property has tainted his residence.