Birdman Hit With $20K Lien For Work Done On Foreclosed Miami Mansion: Report

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Recording artist Birdman speaks onstage during 106 & Park Live sponsored by Denny's & M&M's during the 2016 BET Experience at Microsoft Square on June 23, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

Birdman's kicks off the year with some money problems.

Birdman's been dealing with some financial issues over the past few years. Last year, he was making headlines due to his Miami's home foreclosure. Now, creditors are coming for the Cash Money mogul over $20K that he allegedly owes them for work done on the same Miami home.

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According to The Blast, a lien was filed against Birdman by Multimedia Innovations who claim to have done work on his mansion including providing labor, A/V installation and integration, automated lighting installation, and a fully-automated smart home controlled via tablet networking. The company claims Birdman owes them $20K. The bill for all of the work that Multimedia Innovations did add up to $61,679.36. Birdman allegedly paid a portion of the invoice but refused to cough of the remainder of the balance. 

The Miami mansion was also hit with a lien last year. Birdman was forced to foreclose his Miami mansion after defaulting on payments. EMG Transfer alleged Birdman borrowed $12M and put his mansion up as collateral. They sued him for $12M plus interest.

Birdman's mansion has been on the market for a while, initially selling for $20M before slashing the price down to $15.5M.

Earlier this year, Birdman broke up with his fiancé, Toni Braxton who's also facing financial troubles these days. She was hit with two liens from the IRS and the State of California over an alleged $456K debt. 

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