The stars of the VH1 truth display “Black Ink Atlanta” are posers and nymphos who had no trade doing biz in a condo space … so claims the owner, who’s now suing.
Hussein Abdelhadi is suing Jakeita Days — aka “Sky” and supervisor of the Atlanta tattoo store featured at the display — at the side of Ceaser Emanuel — who owns the joint — claiming Sky broke her rent through filming scenes at the ATL crib.
In doctors, bought through TMZ, Abdelhadi claims his rent in particular says his condo home is for residential functions most effective. He additionally says Sky used to be the one one allowed to stick there under the phrases of the rent and screwed up letting Emanuel additionally are living there.
What’s were given Abdelhadi much more annoyed is Sky necessarily allowed Emanuel to make use of the crib as a motel not to most effective keep there but additionally bang chicks. Abdelhadi says he is haunted “by images of the property being used as a house of ill repute” after the display aired.
What’s extra … on a lot of events Sky falsely represented at the display she owned the home. Abdelhadi says he used to are living there along with his circle of relatives and deliberate on transferring again in after Sky left, however is embarrassed after “Black Ink Atlanta” depicted the valuables in such an immoral approach.
He’s suing Sky, Emanuel and Viacom — which owns VH1 — for unspecified damages. We’ve reached out to the defendants, up to now no phrase again.
BTW, if you are retaining rating, that is 2 court cases for Emanuel in lower than 2 months.