French Montana has been ordered to fork over nearly $2 million to Waka Flocka Flame's mother, Debra Antney, after losing a lawsuit to the entertainment manager, according to reports.

In an article posted by The Blast on Monday (July 2), the site claims to have obtained court documents that detail the litigation.

French was a client of Antney’s company, Mizay Entertainment, back in 2013, but last year, she filed a lawsuit claiming the Bronx rapper cut her out of money by cutting deals behind her back. Antney ended up winning the suit for $1,864,012.50. An additional $135,140.91 in interest was added on by the time the final payout, $1,999,588.41, was issued in January. According to court documents, Antney won a sister state judgement that will allow her Georgia-based company to collect the out of state debt.

XXL has reached out French Montana's team for comment, but have not heard back as of press time.

The "New Thang" rapper might have a few extra coins on his hands to pay back his alleged debt, as he recently put his New Jersey mansion up for sale for $1.4 million. The 6,000 square-feet property is located about 25 miles outside New York City.

The posh digs include six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. It also boasts a recording studio, in-home movie theater, a fully-loaded bar, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and a half-sized basketball court.

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