Sheree Whitfield of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" is not very happy about the fact that there is mold in her home and she is blaming the Insurance Company for letting it happen. Sheree is actually back in court now because of this claim. She says that the damages to her home were unfairly appraised by the insurance company.

Sheree fights against the insurance company

She actually says that the contractors caused mold and decay in her home, she calls Chateau Sheree, and she is not happy about it at all. She says this all went down around the end of 2013.

Sheree revealed that they did some drywall work in her home and then left the house 85% done to take a break for the new year. A water line froze and broke during this time causing a lot of problems for Shree Whitfield at her home. There was water in the home and basement after this went down and she filed an insurance claim for the damages. This star of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" is not holding back at all.

Sheree Whitfield said that her house ended up staying wet for about three weeks, which of course, is considered a really long time. The complaint explains a few things going on. Here is what it reveals.

“The Umpire wrongfully became involved throughout the appraisal process instead of dealing with only ‘differences’ as required by the policy.

These acts resulted in an unfair conclusion to the appraisal as to the amount of the loss.”

She is asking for $279,940.56 and a jury trial for the damages that were done to her home. Sheree Whitfield has had several lawsuits filed against her for this house as well. It has been one thing after another the entire time. It will be interesting to see if Sheree Whitfield can win this lawsuit or not.

She obviously feels like she is right or she would have never filed the lawsuit.

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