Snoop Dogg sues landscape contractor over alleged botched home remodel

By Mary Elizabeth Williams-Villano

He’s countersuing in response to the contractor’s suit against him.

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Rapper-actor-producer-entrepreneur Snoop Dogg is suing PDQ Enterprises, a landscape construction business, alleging that the company performed substandard work at his Diamond Bar, California mansion, according to a story published on The Blast.com.

One of the star’s recent entertainment ventures is as producer and host of the game show"Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker’s Wild” on TBS. But this lawsuit is no joke. The performer, also known as “The Doggfather,” wants no less than $500,000 in damages from PDQ.

In the suit papers, Snoop claims that all the obligations on his end regarding the agreements he and the company entered into were fulfilled. He claims that PDQ failed to perform all work as promised, pay its subcontractors or satisfy regulatory requirements.

This lawsuit is a counter-claim to an earlier lawsuit filed by PDQ. That one claims that Snoop entered into agreements for landscaping and architectural work on the home, including stucco touch-up, installation of a glass pool fence, removal of a rust stain from the pool and other improvements.

The court papers state that the star then failed to pay PDQ $12,385.90 he owed for the work. The company further demanded that it be allowed to place a lien on the home and seek its foreclosure with the proceeds going toward payment of the bill.

Part of Snoop’s counterclaim is that the original lawsuit against him be dismissed.

The case is ongoing.