I have talked to you guys for years about how those people who have the misfortune of living next to Chateau Sheree are fed up with the five-year long construction project in their neighborhood that is still incomplete. I’ve also mentioned that she was allegedly planning to squat in the house despite not possessing a certificate of occupancy. Well today’s court case may have caused her squatting plan to be abandoned and she will have to find some other place to spend the holidays.
Today, Sheree spent her morning in a Sandy Springs courtroom with her usual courtroom attitude on display. Sheree seriously thinks she is above the law. Check out the psycho expression in the photo above. That is her regular courtroom demeanor.
According to Rodney Ho of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Sheree pled no contest in court today for throwing a party without the proper permits, security and parking in a dwelling that has NO CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY! The judge sentenced her to 18 months of unsupervised probation and a $1,000 fine. The probation is to insure that she doesn’t have any further disruptive events in the neighborhood without filing for permits. Those permits would likely be denied due to the lack of a certificate of occupancy.
— Mike Petchenik (@MPetchenikWSB) November 18, 2016
A neighbor attended the hearing to voice the sentiments of the neighborhood. He had to call the police during the Sheree’s event because the cul-de-sac behind her house was over run with party goers who parked on their lawns and blocked access to the street. He also mentioned that the property has numerous code violations. Also, the huge “Chateau Sheree” spotlight was a violation of city code according to the neighbor.
Mike Petchenik of WSB Channel 2 News asked Sheree about the disruption to the neighborhood. Sheree said, ““If there were cars on the lawn, they weren’t my guests. I provided shuttles.” I guess that all those cars just happened to show up and park all over the place at the same time Sheree was having a party by coincidence. Sheree also said that the judge went overboard in her admonishment of Sheree.
True Entertainment production supervisor, Joye Chin was also in court today and fined $1,000 for not having the proper permits to film. Half of that fine was for the housewarming at Kenya Moore’s house. Kenya was supposed to be in court today as well but called in at the last moment to reschedule her hearing for December, 2nd. She will likely have a small fine for the permit issue with her event as well. Bravo is becoming sort of notorious for filming without proper permits.
Rodney Ho, stated that Sheree asked to leave through a back door to avoid the media, her request was denied.