Duggar cousin Amy King has found herself in a bit of legal trouble. The 35-year-old hasn’t addressed these issues publicly on social media. But new details about the situation are available. Keep reading to learn all about the legal problems she’s dealing with.
Amy King’s Business
If you didn’t know, the Duggar cousin is the owner of a boutique called 3130 Clothing. The clothing and accessories store previously had both a brick-and-mortar location and an online shop.
But recently, Amy decided to shift her business entirely online. It looks like the online store is still under construction.
Amy’s husband, Dillon, is also an entrepreneur and owns a restaurant.
From what they have both shared on social media, it sounds like their businesses are pretty successful. Amy seems confident about moving her shop online.
However, there is something else going on behind the scenes with her business that Amy King isn’t really talking about.
Duggar Cousin Faces Legal Trouble
The Sun exclusively revealed that Amy King is dealing with legal issues right now. When Amy first opened the boutique in 2018, it was based in Springdale, Arkansas. She later relocated to Rogers, Arkansas.
Hillcrest Holdings LLC is the landlord of the original location. When Amy and Dillon signed a lease there, they agreed to pay $3,332.83 per month for five years beginning on October 8, 2018.
The couple later expanded to two suites in June 2019. This bumped their rent up to $6,665.66 per month and their lease was extended to May 31, 2024.
However, Amy King decided to relocate in August 2021.
The legal documents from Hillcrest Holdings LLC read:
“3130 occupied the premises until August 2021 at which time it vacated the premises which constitutes a default of the Lease and Amendment and a breach of contract. 3130 failed to make the required monthly rent payments to the plaintiff as required by the Lease and Amendment after June 2021.”
The landlord is now going after the unpaid rent, while Amy King claimed that she had a Tenant Improvement allowance in the lease. This was $31,250 to be used to upgrade the space.
According to the papers, “Upon information and belief, Landlord charged Counterclaimants in excess of the amounts actually charged by [the contractor] or other contractors in violation of the Lease and Amendment.”
Amy King will go to court on January 24, 2023. So, there may be another update on the situation at that point.
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