Bank To Foreclose On Misa Hylton-Brim’s Westchester Home

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February 17, 2014 ‐ By Jazmine Denise Rogers
Bank To Foreclose On Misa Hylton-Brim's Westchester Home

Source: WENN

Back in 2003, rapper Sean “P.Diddy” Combs purchased a beautiful 3-bedroom, 3,125 sq. ft. home in Westchester, New York for his ex, Misa Hylton-Brim and their son, Justin Combs. Fast forward to 2014 and that very same home is facing foreclosure.

According to TMZ, for whatever reason, the bank stopped receiving monthly payments back in 2010. Legal documents reveal that Diddy took out a $712,000 mortgage on the home, but as of 2010 when the payments stopped, he owed $622, 518. That sum has been accruing interest since the payments ceased. As to be expected, the bank is now demanding their money or the house will be auctioned off.

It’s unclear whether or not Misa and Justin still currently live in the home. We can’t imagine why Diddy would just up and stop paying for the home. Reps on behalf of the hip hop mogul have yet to comment on the allegations. Whatever the issue is, hopefully Diddy and Misa can get things squared away.

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  • Kam

    According to an updated report she had an addendum to the deed that made her solely responsible for the payments and Diddy has gone after her for payments he made on her behalf. Sounds like she owes the bank and Diddy.

    • misss

      I just dont for the life of me understand why people with money like 500 million take out loans to buy homes. This is the home of one of his children, should have been payed for with this type of money.

  • Maile00

    She has other younger children and a husband so it isn’t likely she lives there…but he purchased it so…you never know what happened…but he’s a pretty smart business man

  • PST

    Misa, I hope you are on the deed to the home. If not, consider that the house was never yours to begin with. SMH