Southern Charm star, Kathryn Dennis, lived under the threat of eviction earlier this year, after losing her kids amid a custody war with ex, Thomas Ravenel. The pair has been fighting it out in court since Thomas filed for sole custody of Kensie, 8, and Saint, 6, back in October 2020.
Kathryn was ditched by her legal team earlier this month and will be forced to find a new attorney in order to keep the custody war going.
Kathryn has faced other personal hurdles in recent months, according to a new report by The Sun.
The outlet reports that Kathryn had been living in a high-rise Charleston apartment since moving from her Mount Pleasant residence, which sold for $342,500 in December 2021. The Bravo star moved to 10 WestEdge with ex-boyfriend, Chleb Ravenell, but was later issued “Rule to Vacate” notices.
Kathryn allowed her fans an inside look at her new pad on April 17, 2021. Kathryn wrote on Instagram alongside a peek at her new home—”So we got our first place together!” She added the hashtag— “the one where they move in together.”
A Charleston County clerk told the outlet that the Bravo star missed rent payments in the amount of $4,626 for both February and March, totaling $9,252. The owner, Mt Pleasant Investments LLC, filed a Rule to Vacate notice on March 16. The debt was eventually settled, and a second notice, which stated “terms of occupancy have ended,” filed on May 17, appeared to confirm that Kathryn had vacated the property. The clerk explained that a Rule to Vacate notice serves as an initial warning before an eviction notice is issued. The official confirmed that an order to evict Kathryn was later sent.
It remains unclear if Kathryn paid her rent for the months of April and/or May, but the reality star posted a photo of herself sunbathing in the complex, in April.
“I been a G, throw up the L, AM.OR.O.U.S. And I put myself in first class,” she wrote in the post’s caption.
Fans asked for an update on her living situation after Kathryn posted a snap inside an apartment on June 6, writing—”Been moving in the humidity. Time to lounge on a fluff.”
As reported earlier this month—According to court documents obtained by AllAboutTheTea.com, high-powered South Carolina attorneys, Susan Rawls Strom and Pete Currence requested an immediate release from the contentious custody case due to a broken attorney-client relationship.
The motion read, in part—“Grounds for the motion are that counsel and defendant can no longer communicate, and can not agree on matters of importance to the case, and the attorney-client relationship is irretrievably impaired so much that undersigned can not effectively represent defendant.”
In March 2021, Kathryn lost full custody of her two children. A South Carolina judge awarded Thomas primary legal custody and ruled that Kathryn would be restricted to supervised visitation every other weekend. Thomas permanently relocated to Aiken, South Carolina with the former couple’s children in the summer of 2021. Thomas has provided the court with evidence of Kathryn’s cocaine use and abuse of prescription medication.
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