Sheree Loses Chateau Sheree to Foreclosure?

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Chateau Sheree update? Former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Sheree Whitfield got the boot from the Bravo owned franchise after season four, and word on the street was she was let go because producers felt like her storyline had gotten stale. The majority of Sheree’s time on the show fans watched her go back and forth with her ex-husband and former Atlanta Falcons star Bob Whitfield over child support. In addition to the drama with Bob, Sheree kept trying to make her fashion line “She by Sheree” happen, and she also was working on getting her dream home “Chateau Sheree” finished. But since getting the boot from Andy Cohen and friends, Sheree has been claiming in interviews that she is still working on the house and that things were coming along great. Well if this new report is true, looks like things weren’t as smooth as Sheree would have liked everyone to believe. According to the latest gossip, the former reality star lost Chateau Sheree to foreclosure.

According to Tamara Tattles, a local real estate agent tipped the site about Sheree’s dream house being in foreclosure and the site says the house is ready for immediate short sale for $340,000. Sealed bids are reportedly being taken, and the site claims there are two loans on the property, and the house will be probably be sold from the low to the mid 300,000s.

The house also needs quite a bit of work done, as it hasn’t been properly protected from all the rain Atlanta’s been getting for the last several weeks. However, it’s possible Sheree may attempt to buy the house back, and we did hear she landed a recurring spot on a web series called “TK Gets Real.”


  1. I liked Sheree. But she didn’t play it smart. She should have been the one to release a fitness DVD. Smdh.

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