Bosses at Capital Floors LLC claim the invoice for installing floors in the Locked Up hitmaker's mansion was due to be paid on 23 June (15), but they have yet to receive the funds.

Company executive Naftali Yair also alleges he has suffered health problems since the work was performed.

He tells, "He cost me my health. I was just in the hospital. He needs to be in jail."

He hasn't expanded on his statement.

This isn't the first time the 42 year old has been sued over work carried out at the estate - in 2014, bosses at Durable Steel Structures filed a $36,765 (£23,000) lien for structural work. The company will receive the funds if Akon decides to sell the home.

He is also facing lawsuits from Lazer Stucco and Clearvue Glass & Mirror Co. for $18,745 (£11,700) and $4,670 (£3,000), respectively.