Hollywood Unlocked': Mel B Reportedly Served with 3 Lawsuits While at London Hotel in Hollywood
Mel B was allegedly served with three different lawsuits while staying at London Hotel in Hollywood after an unidentified man presented her with a thick stack of documents before being escorted out.
It was chaotic at the London Hotel in Hollywood after a man presented Mel B with papers, right before a member of the concierge jumped in asking him to leave the building.
Unfazed, the man continued to chant:
"Yo Mel you've been served, Mel! Ay everybody! Mel B has been served! Finally got her!"
TRIPLE THREAT LAWSUITS
It turns out she was allegedly being served with three different lawsuits, one from her former legal team who claims she did not pay them for their services, another from her former assistant who cries abuse, and another one from a former worker.
This latest controversy is only one of the many problems that Mel B currently has, as she is also in a bitter custody battle with ex-husband Stephen Belafonte whom she divorced in 2018.
Mel B and Belafonte continue to fight over their daughter, especially now that they plan to live in two different continents.
A GRUESOME CUSTODY BATTLE
On Thursday, a judge refused the singer to take her daughter Madison to England for the holidays, after hearing claims that the 8-year-old child was "traumatized" the last time she went to the U.K.
To make matters worse, just last month, Mel B was rumored to want to move back to the UK as she allegedly can't afford to live in the US anymore. That includes moving Madison as well.
With her US visa expiring, it seems Mel B is ready to move back to the U.K. permanently, especially since she hasn't had steady income in the US for over a year now.
MEL B'S PLAN TO MOVE BACK TO THE U.K.
One major flaw in this plan to move Madison there, though, is that her ex-husband is entitled to see their daughter every week. Moving to the U.K. will make it difficult to fulfill this agreement.
Mel B and Belafonte continue to fight over their daughter especially now that they plan to live on two different continents. It was reported that the singer is asking for an amendment to their agreement, so that she can push through with her plans to move back to Leeds, England.