Celebrity Tyga Ordered to Pay $186,000 to 'Another' Landlord After Leaving Behind 'Hazardous Environmental Waste' Los Angeles court forces "Rack City" rapper to pay up after damaging his rented residence By Jordan Runtagh Jordan Runtagh Twitter Jordan Runtagh is an Executive Podcast Producer at iHeartRadio, where he hosts a slate of pop culture shows including Too Much Information, Inside the Studio, Off the Record and Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds. Previously, he served as a Music Editor at PEOPLE and VH1.com. He's written about art and entertainment for more than a decade, regularly contributing to outlets like Rolling Stone and Entertainment Weekly, and appearing as a guest on radio and television. Over the course of his career, he's profiled the surviving Beatles, Brian Wilson, Aretha Franklin, Roger Waters, David Byrne, Pete Townshend, Debbie Harry, Quincy Jones, Brian May, Jerry Lee Lewis, James Taylor and many more. A graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, he lives in Brooklyn, where he can be found DJing '60s soul records. People Editorial Guidelines Published on August 23, 2016 05:45 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Not again! Just weeks after settling a high-cost legal dispute with his ex-landlord, Tyga got slapped with another six-figure bill from one of his property owners. F&S Investment Properties brought legal action against the 26-year-old back in March, accusing him of damaging the Los Angeles home he had rented to run his side business, Egypt Last Kings Clothing. The complaint alleged breach of lease, breach of guaranties and waste. Yes, waste. According to legal documents obtained by PEOPLE, Tyga and Co. quit paying rent and “abandoned the premises without notice” back in June 2015. When F&S reps visited the house, they found it “in gross disrepair, utility bills unpaid, and hazardous environmental waste that required a professional clean-up.” (The environmental waste was allegedly ink that was poured down the drain and into a public sewer, TMZ reports.) A judgment filed on Aug. 18 ruled in favor of the plaintiff. Tyga’s organization has been ordered to pay $186,275.89 in damages. Still, that’s chump change compared to the amount demanded by another of Tyga’s former landlords. Gholamreza Rezai charged the “Rack City” rapper more than $480,000 for damages and unpaid rent. The pair were involved in a lengthy legal squabble that resulted in a lien being placed on his personal finances. The case was resolved earlier this month. “There has been a settlement reached to the mutual satisfaction of the parties, the terms of which are confidential,” Danny Abir, attorney for Rezai previously told PEOPLE. However, Tyga still owes “in excess of $270K” to jeweler Jason Arasheben, who recently hired a new legal team to collect the money he says the rapper has owed him since 2012. A rep for Tyga did not respond to request for comment.