Lauryn Hill Sued for Eviction From Mansion

On Friday, the former Fugee was sued for neglecting payment on her New Jersey home.

Lauryn Hill at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tribute to Aretha Franklin in Cleveland in 2011 (Jason Miller/Getty)

For Lauryn Hill, the pressure is mounting. As the singer prepares to face sentencing for tax fraud next week, she is also being sued for eviction by her New Jersey landlord, reports the Daily News.

Hill, 37, stopped paying rent on the mansion last month and the landlord is demanding an immediate settling of her debts, according to the lawsuit.

She may not need the Orange, N.J., mansion anyway since she’s facing up to three years in prison for failing to file three years worth of tax returns between 2005 through 2007 on $1.8 million in income.

Read more at the Daily News.

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