Timbaland has sued a man he used to rent his property out to for allegedly stealing his mail.
Timbaland has accused a man who used to rent his mansion of stealing his mail.
The 46-year-old music producer - whose real name is Timothy Zachary Mosley - filed a court report last week claiming that William Zamora had been ''breaking through the gate'' of his plush abode and ''stealing mail from the home.''
Timbaland has no proof that William has been carrying out the crime, but he has stated that the police suspect him to be responsible because ''no one else would have a reason to seek to recover mail from the home'' except the prior tenant.
The 'Give It To Me' hitmaker has been locked in a legal battle with William for a while now as, according to The Blast, the producer sold the property to him and agreed to let him live there until the deal was finalised and funds had been paid.
However, the funds never cleared, but William refused to leave the premises.
Timbaland had no choice but to sue the squatter and the judge sided with him, meaning that William had to vacate the property immediately.
However, when he left, he allegedly caused $100,000 worth of damage to the mansion and stole $100,000 worth of Timbaland's personal possessions.
In the court documents, the producer claimed TVs, mattresses, nightstands, bed frames, bar stools, dishes, glasses, pot, pans, chairs, tables, gym equipment and various other items had been snatched.
He also said his 'Street Fighter' arcade game had been broken, walls had been smashed, ceilings had been cracked, carpet had big stains on them, his zebra rug had been damaged and there were bees living in the attic,
Despite the extent of the damage, the music producer managed to repair all of the issues quickly and put the mansion back on the market for $2.99 million.
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