Sunday world reports that popular comedian, Leon Shuster, is being sued for R870 000 after failing to pay for a luxury apartment , when he already signed the offer to purchase.
Shuster had agreed to buy the luxurious apartment and its contents, located at Pearl Tides, KZN, for a total R9 140 000.
The apartment was eventually sold by its owners for R8 700 000 to a different buyer after they cancelled the agreement with Schuster.
The sellers, RJ Stringfellow Family Trust, are now demanding R873 000 from Schuster, being: levies R73 000, interest R400 000 and the loss on the sale price which is R400 000.
Shuster reportedly wrote the sellers’ lawyers, asking them to provide more documents.
Please read the full story in today’s Sunday world – 18 October 2020