Kat Von D sued for 1000’s as she shuts down ‘LA Ink’ Excessive Voltage Tattoo

Celebrity tattoo artist and make-up mogul Kat Von D is coping with new approved problem in California.

The 40-year-old is being sued for unpaid rent and damages to the rental property she transformed into her famed L.A. tattoo parlor Extreme Voltage Tattoo, and she or he is also pressured to fork out tens of lots of of {{dollars}}.

Although particulars keep scarce, TMZ reported the property’s landlord is suing Von D for unpaid rent, claiming that she owes over $92,000 for remodeling fees and once more rent.

The once more rent was from plenty of months in 2020 and future rent that may come due in 2022.

Von D could be being sued for damages, the lawsuit stating that the tattoo artist eradicated ceiling tiles, painted the ceiling, eradicated wallpaper from the whole retailer, and as well as demolished a wall located within the midst of the West Hollywood retailer.

The make-up mogul opened Extreme Voltage once more in 2007 after she was supplied her private retailer following her time on Miami Ink. The shop was featured in her TLC current “L.A. Ink.”

Kat Von D and Extreme Voltage Tattoo had been made well-known on TLC’s “LA Ink.”
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In October 2021, Von D launched that after 14 years in enterprise, the L.A. tattoo parlor would shut. She went on to elucidate that she and her husband “not too way back purchased a ravishing residence on just a little little bit of land in rural Indiana,” together with that “the additional time we spend in the marketplace we perceive we actually really feel additional at residence there than we do proper right here in LA.”

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She talked about on the time that “after lots thought, we have now now decided we’ll fully be shifting to Indiana on the end of this 12 months.”

“We plan on selling our beautiful residence proper right here, and I’ll greater than possible open a private studio in Indiana as quickly as we’re carried out with the house rework there,” she wrote on the time.

“Due to this, sadly, I shall be closing my beloved tattoo retailer [High Voltage] proper right here in West Hollywood on Dec 1. I didn’t suppose it might make sense to keep up it open if I wasn’t present, and aside from coming once more to work on music with my band, we don’t plan on returning to LA pretty usually.”