Southern Charm’s Kathryn Dennis threatened eviction for not paying rent.

SOUTHERN Charm’s Kathryn Dennis has been threatened with eviction for “failing to pay $9,000 in rent” after losing custody of her children, The Sun can exclusively reveal.

The mother of two has been embroiled in a legal battle with her ex Thomas Ravenel since he filed for sole custody of Saint, six, and Kensie, eight, in October 2020.

Southern Charm fans spotted Kathryn Dennis moving into the apartment in 2021

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Southern Charm fans spotted Kathryn Dennis moving into the apartment in 2021
She now appears to be moving out after being issued with an eviction order

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She now appears to be moving out after being issued with an eviction order

It was revealed earlier this month that 30-year-old Kathryn has been dropped from her legal team and is now scrambling to find new legal counsel to help get her children back.

But it’s not the only blow she’s suffered in recent weeks.

The Sun can exclusively reveal that Kathryn has been living in a high-rise apartment building in Charleston after her Mount Pleasant home sold for $342,500 in December 2021, according to the realtor.

Kathryn moved to 10 WestEdge with her ex-boyfriend Chleb Ravenell last year, but court documents show she was hit by rule-to-vacate notices this year.

Southern Charm fans shocked at the'unrecognizable' Kathryn Dennis in new pic
Southern Charm's Kathryn Dennis is spending Mother's Day with kids after losing custody

In an April 17, 2021 Instagram post, Kathryn first gave a sneak peek of her brand new living space, telling fans, “So we got our first spot together!” playfully adding the hashtag “the one they move into together.”

A Charleston County employee told The Sun she missed her payments of $4,626 each in February and March this year, for a total of $9,252.

On March 16, an eviction notice was filed by Mt Pleasant Investments LLC, the owner of the complex.

It was later settled, but a second notice was filed on May 17, in which the clerk stated that “occupancy terms had expired,” meaning the star had likely vacated the property.

It is unclear whether she paid rent for April and May.

A clearance notice rule is one of the first steps before a clearance notice is sent, although an employee told The Sun that an order to clear the star was later sent.

The Sun has reached out to Mt Pleasant Investments LLC and Kathryn for comment but has received no response.

An attorney representing Mt Pleasant Investments LLC said he was not privy to information about whether she eventually paid the money she owed.

Kathryn had been sunbathing by the pool at the luxury complex in April and showed her on a lounger in a black patterned bikini and sunglasses.

LUXURY AMENITIES

She captioned the photo, “I was a G, puke the L, AM.OR.OUS and I put myself in first grade,” along with an ice cream emoji.

Posting from an apartment on June 6, she wrote, “I’ve been moving in the damp.

Kathryn’s legal and financial woes could be part of storylines in the latest season of Bravo’s Southern Charm, which premieres Thursday, June 23.

An online description of their luxury complex reads: “Located on the Ashley River with breathtaking views in every direction, indulge in easy-going living in a modern community where you can enjoy the vibrant adventure that awaits in downtown Charleston’s Westside.” waiting.”

It added that residents can come home to an “oasis-like experience,” complete with a rooftop pool and courtyard, a two-story gym, concierge services and plenty of space for collaboration.

Meanwhile, Kathryn’s former attorneys, Susan Rawls Strom and Pete Currence, abruptly resigned from her custody case after she also failed to pay them.

A legal motion filed in the South Carolina court and obtained by AllAboutTheTea.com stated that Kathryn “is unable to communicate and agree on matters important to the case and the attorney-client relationship is irretrievably compromised.” .

DROPPED BY LAWYERS

Speaking to AllAboutTheTea.com, a source also claimed that the reality star “does not pay for her services on a regular or timely basis.”

“They’re done taking their crap,” the insider said.

Though the attorneys didn’t go into detail about Kathryn’s troubles, she now needs to find someone to lead her case.

The troubled reality TV favorite lost full custody of her two young children in March 2021.

At the time, a South Carolina judge awarded her father Thomas, 59, primary custody.

The former South Carolina Treasurer then moved to Aiken with the children while being awarded custody every other weekend.

In court documents obtained by The Sun, Thomas claimed a mutual friend told him about Kathryn’s alleged “use of cocaine” and that she “left cocaine within reach of the kids.”

Southern Charm fans are praising Kathryn for sharing an
Southern Charm's Kathryn rocks corset and leather pants after losing custody

Kathryn denied this in her court response, saying, “I don’t do cocaine, so of course I didn’t leave any open to our kids.”

The star, who is believed to be single after splitting from boyfriend Chleb late last year, previously took to social media to tell followers that he “misses” his children.

But when she’s spending time with them, the southern belle is happy to keep her fans updated on her adventures and posts a series of family photos.

Kathryn Dennis is fighting to regain custody of her two children

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Kathryn Dennis is fighting to regain custody of her two children
Days ago, she posted this photo showing her

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Days ago, she posted this photo showing her “moving” when fans questioned her
Kathryn posted a photo of herself by the complex's pool in April

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Kathryn posted a photo of herself by the complex’s pool in April

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