It seems that whenever Tameka Raymond gets in front of a judge, the outcome is usually never in her favor.
You might not remember but back in October, Tameka Raymond and her former landlord were in a court battle over rent Tameka allegedly owned for her three rental spaces where she operated the kids indoor play center, Kangazoom. At the time, the landlord said she owed about $50,000 in back rent.
Well, according to TMZ, a judge ruled in the landlord’s favor and Tameka was order to pay…$204,665.15. The total includes 18,628.65 in attorney fees and $186,036.50 in principal.
Seeing as though Tameka only originally owed $50,000 on the rent bill, one can only assume the months following were also included because that is a huge jump in figures.
Tameka really just can never win in court. One of the last times she was in court, a judge ruled that her ex-husband, Usher, would retain primary custody of their two children. So yes, things have not been easier for her over the last year.
On a positive note, Tameka has been able to start the Kiles World Foundation, named after her late son who was killed in a boating accident last year. The goal of the non-profit foundation is to help artistic children reach their full potential.
TMZ was unable to get an answer as to why the financial judgment was so high.