Chateau Sheree Is Finally Done; Now Sheree May Have To Sell To Pay Off Debt

Sheree Whitfield of the Real Housewives of Atlanta finally completed Chateau Sheree and threw a housewarming/reveal party on the season 9 finale of the hit reality show. Now reports are surfacing that Sheree may need to sell her extravagant home to pay off major debt. Sheree has made no comment regarding the claims.

Whitfield blew cast mates and viewers away at the reveal. The home is grand and luxurious, despite jabs from Kenya Moore who swore the project would never be completed. Even Kenya had to give credit where credit was due.

Now that the construction is out of the way, it appears Sheree my have hit another bump in the road. According to several reports and court documents Sheree may need to sell her gorgeous Chateau Sheree to pay off debt. Contractors have filed complaints alleging they were not paid for services rendered. is reporting:

“Master Craft Stucco won a judgment against Shereeโ€™s shell corporation and was reportedly awarded $26,586.41, plus $1,981.50 in interest and court costs, but has yet to be paid. Other alleged expenses Sheree owes includes $10,012.50 to Heritage Landscape Group of Flowery Branch for landscaping work that was performed to help her pass inspection for the certificate of occupancy.”

Liens on the home are said to total about $348,404.48. After all of Sheree’s hard work, we’re definitely rooting for her. She has been through a lot and completing this home, all on her own, was such a victory and we hope you prevail.

Sheree is currently on tour around the country promoting her book Wives, Fiancees and Side Chicks of Hotlanta.


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