If you are like me, these posts on Chateau Sheree are no longer interesting. There are only so many times you can post about Sheree Whitfield not posting her bills. This time, it is the company that put up her stucco facade. Yes, the stucco facade from the summer of 2014. It’s almost three years later and the company has not been paid. In May of 2016, Master Craft Stucco was awarded a lien on Chateau She Can’t Pay in the amount of $26,586.41, plus $1,981.50 in interest and court costs. Essentially, Master Craft Stucco joined a long list of folks who have a lien on the property. Heritage Landscape Group of Flowery Branch recently got a judgement for $10,012.50 for the balance owed on putting in a front yard for the upcoming “housewarming party.” It looks like I opted not to cover that one. Rodney Ho has all the details here. There is also that Stoploss Company who helped her out in 2014 after the house flooded. I believe there was also a mold removal company although as of the housewarming party there were still signs of mold according to people who checked out the lower levels. The bottom line is there are a lot of people with liens on the property including the IRS . Check out Rodney Ho’s story on the IRS liens from 2009 to 2014 totally nearly $350,ooo. The point is, there are a lot of liens on the old Chateau.
Which brings us to Rodney’s latest story on Chateau Sheree involving Master Craft Stucco where things get a little more interesting. Emory Potter, attorney for Master Craft Stucco told Rodney in an exclusive interview a few thing that make it clear, they are going to get their money. First he sent a sheriff over to the Chateau to serve Sheree in mid December. It appears the sheriff got lucky and went when Sheree was there, probably when she was taking those photos of the kids on the stairs for the Christmas cards. According to the Sheriff’s report, Sheree told the sheriff she didn’t have the money on her at the time. And apparently that was that.
Potter also claims he tried to garnish her wages but could not find a bank account to attach. Um, Potter, she works for Bravo, you can get a court order and her wages will be garnished as they have been before. The money won’t ever see her bank account.
Finally, he says his next action will be to bring together all the folks with liens on the house and attempt to get an order to force the sale of the property. I did some research on that today, and they actually can do this. It is made easier by the fact that it is not her homestead and there is no mortgage on the house because Sheree and her mother paid the $300K or so for the foreclosed property on the site and then demolished it. The IRS will be first in line for the $350K or so they are owed and then the other contractors can take what they are owed and as well as paying for the court costs. If there was anything left over it would go to Sheree.
Stay tuned to see how that all turns out.
Thanks to Rodney Ho for his help in my research for this story. Read all of his stories related to RHOA here.