Bench Warrant Issued for Rapper Tyga’s Arrest
The landlord’s attorney, Boris Treyzon, indicated that if the musician, who recently splashed out $189,000 on a customized Mercedes Maybach for on-off girlfriend Kylie Jenner, failed to appear in court he would ask the judge presiding to issue a bench warrant for his arrest, and when the 26-year-old failed to show up, the judge granted the request, according to TMZ. The original case dates back to 2012, when the landlord sued the star after he broke the terms of a one-year lease on a $16,000-a-month mansion in Malibu, California. Court papers suggested Tyga left the property in need of repair after installing a strippers’ pole in the master bedroom, damaging the property’s hardwood floors, its intercom system, a gate opener and the glass-tiled shower. “He leased a house that he wanted to use as his primary residence, then he completely trashed it,” Treyzon claimed. According to the lawyer, the judgment ordering Tyga to pay the $480,000 stipulated a 10 percent yearly interest charge as long as it remains unpaid.