The reality television star is seeking compensation.
Teresa Giudice claims Chief Keef used her property for his own creative endeavors without her permission. The rapper's most recent solo project, Mansion Musick, depicts the interior of the reality television star's home. In response, Giudice is taking legal action against the artist in efforts to secure compensation.
Her lawyer James Leonard Jr. disclosed how the Real Housewives of New Jersey star and her family recently noticed how Chief's cover art has an uncanny resemblance to a picture of their Montville Township, Towaco home.
Leonard maintains the fact that compensation should be attributed to the owners of the estate while also adding that Chief's actions are a form of invasion of privacy. Still, the photograph of Giudice's home that was allegedly ripped for Mansion Musik was once made public when the family sought to sell the property. The house was taken off the market as the family ultimately decided not to sell the home.
The lawsuit might have something to do with the family's recent financial issues and legal troubles. This particular real estate along with other properties was almost taken away from the family a few years ago. While they retained this home, one of their houses New Jersey was demolished after being put up for auction with a starting bid of 100$.