Haibo: Lebo M Booted Out of Luxury Joburg Mansion, Sued for a Whopping R700k

Haibo: Lebo M Booted Out of Luxury Joburg Mansion, Sued for a Whopping R700k

  • Award-winning filmmaker Lebo M has been booted out of his mansion after failing to pay monthly rent of R65 000 for a number of months
  • The Lion King producer has been dragged to court by his landlady and is being reportedly sued for R700 000
  • The media personality allegedly damaged a few items in the house, including curtains and the gas braai, when he was moving out of the luxurious home

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Lebo M has reportedly been kicked out of his rented mansion in Johannesburg. The Lion King producer's landlady has even taken legal action against the media personality.

The award-winning composer was evicted recently at his posh golf estate home by the property owner, Elizabeth Leonora Alexander. When he was being kicked out, the star allegedly damaged curtains, the gas braai, remotes and other valuable items.

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Lebo M, booted out, Johannesburg mansion, unpaid rent, R700k
Lebo M has been booted out of a luxurious Johannesburg mansion due to unpaid rent of R700k. Image: @thereallebo_m
Source: Instagram

ZAlebs reports that Lebo failed to fork out his monthly rent of R65 000. According to Sunday World, Lebo is now in arrears and is being sued for R700 000.

According to reports, the Blair Atholl Golf Estate mansion in question appears in the star's reality TV show, Lebo M: Coming Home.

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Lebo M and Angela Ngani-Casara end their relationship

In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Lebo Morake, the famous producer and composer, and his wife Angela Ngani-Casara have ended their relationship for the third time.

They had decided to go their separate ways after a failed attempt to build a family together. Social media commentator Phil Mphela shared the news on Twitter and gave some background detail to the situation.

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The couple had tried hard to make their relationship work and they revealed they are proud of the effort they put in. Unfortunately, they simply couldn't connect with each other. The family appeared on the reality TV show Lebo M - Coming Home.

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