There's been a lot of celebrities homes in California that have been broken into in recent times. French Montana's home was hit during the summer by two armed robbers while the rapper was inside of his home. French ended up hiring a task force to protect his home after the incident at his California mansion, but they're now coming after the rapper for an unpaid bill.

According to The Blast, French Montana owes a pretty penny to the security company he hired after his luxury mansion was victimized in a home invasion. Tier 1 Consulting Group filed documents against French over breach of contract and unjust enrichment for allegedly failing to pay a bill sent to him. 

In July, French Montana's home was broken into around 5 a.m. while he was at home and allegedly ended up stealing property. Tier 1 claims French hired from August 11 - October 23. The agreement between French and the security company promised that the rapper paid them $60/hour which summed up to $35,040.

Now, they've accused French of holding out on payment and are taking legal action against the Coke Boys rapper. Shortly after, the rapper hired a new security team for the job.

Despite Tier 1's lawsuit, sources said that French and the company are expected to reach a settlement today. We will keep you updated on the case.