More money more problems: Sean Kingston hit with $70,000 lawsuit over 'unpaid rent' and damages he made to a mansionBy Ann Pride
Beautiful girls singer Sean Kingston has had his share of problems lately.
He was critically injured in a near-fatal jet ski crash last May.
More problems: Sean Kingston has been slapped with a lawsuit alleging he skipped out on a rental agreement
According to the lawsuit filed in Miami, Kingston and his mother (with whom he lived in the house) left the $25,000 a month mansion two months before the lease agreement ended and they allegedly caused $21,397 in damage.
All together, Kingston’s former landlord wants $73,816.85 to cover both the damage to the house, the two months rent, plus some back rent Kingston alleging owes.
According to TMZ, the singer fled Miami last fall, because of nightmares brought on by his jet ski crash.
The singer reportedly couldn't stand the constant sound of the ocean near his Florida home, so he moved to Hollywood.
Kingston and his female passenger Cassandra Sanchez were injured when their jet ski crashed into Miami's Palm Island Bridge.
Triumphant return: Sean took the stage in Miami Gardens, Florida in November of 2011, six months after his jet ski accident
The Jamaica born signer rose to fame with his 2007 hit Beautiful Girls and was also featured on songs by artists including Justin Bieber.
His self-titled debut album sold over 1 million copies worldwide.
He also co-wrote Jason Derülo's Whatcha Say and recorded the track Miss Everything for the Sugababes's studio album Sweet 7.
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