Chief Keef Sued For Not Paying Rent On Illinois Mansion

Jeff Forney

Chief Keef

Landlord says the rapper owes over $9,000

Chicago rapper Chief Keef is danger of being evicted from the Illinois mansion he's currently residing in. Keef (real name Keith Cozart) is being sued by his landlord, Georghe Simoniak-Sas, for failing to pay July and August's rent. He says Keef owes $9,400.

According to TMZ, the six-bedroom, 5,100 square foot home is valued at over $1 million.

This is the latest in a lengthy list of legal troubles for Keef, who turned 18 Aug. 15. Last month, he was sued by a promotion company for failing to show up at a concert scheduled in London. Keef never responded to the lawsuit and had to fork over $213,019.

On March 20, he was arrested for disorderly conduct near Atlanta and released the next day.

Earlier this year, Keef was sentenced to 60 days in juvenile detention for violating his probation on a gun conviction.