Erika Goldring/Getty ImagesLil Wayne had property seized from his Miami Beach, Florida, mansion Tuesday by Miami-Dade police executing a judge’s order involving a civil case, authorities tell local ABC-TV station WPLG.
Artwork and other items were reportedly removed from the mansion and loaded into a truck.
No further details have been released as of Wednesday morning.
Last month, a Miami-Dade County judge reportedly denied a private jet company’s request to have officers seize assets at the home of the 33-year-old rapper, whose birth name is Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. The Miami Herald reported that Signature Group, which owns Lil Wayne’s leased Gulfstream II, sued him after he stopped paying his $55,000-a-month lease.
In that case, a judge ruled that Lil Wayne had to pay the company more than $2 million, including interests and attorney’s fees.
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