Sheree Whitfield Put on Blast
According to the AJC, creditors are having trouble collecting their debts from Shereé Whitfield. As it turns out, according to the report, Shereé is using a nifty strategy to keep from paying out the judgments:
Emory Potter, the attorney for Master Craft Stucco, said in an exclusive interview last week that he tried to garnish Whitfield’s wages but since the home is not under her name, “we haven’t been able to find bank accounts to garnish.”
The property, he said, was purchased at foreclosure and has no mortgage. He said the property over the past few years has had ownership transferred among Whitfield, other family members and these corporations. She began building the home from the ground up around 2012.
These developments are not surprising as contractors and creditors have been going after Shereé for a few years now. As we previously reported, Shereé was sued for $23,000 over unpaid contractor bills. The transfer of ownership of a home, or any property, can be set up so creditors have a difficult time collecting their debts.
Shereé is also suing an insurance company. The suit was initiated last year for $280,000 over damage to her Chateaù Shereé property.
In related news, Bob Whitfield’s alleged boo took to Instagram to defend him. She claims the show is scripted and Bob has never abused Shereé: