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Mavado, Wife Monique Mckenzie Sued By Florida Bank That’s Trying To Repo Their Range Rover – DancehallMag

Rebel Nation | August 30, 2021


Gangsta For Life artist Mavado, whose real name is David Constantine Brooks and his wife Monique Tabby Mckenzie are being sued by a Florida bank over the repossession of their Range Rover.

In a Broward County Circuit Court complaint filed on August 9, 2021, Ally Bank claims that the Dancehall star and his wife (named as the Defendants) defaulted on a contract and have “failed to relinquish possession” of the Rover.

According to court documents seen by DancehallMag, the bank claims that a White 2014 Range Rover, valued at $41,400, was purchased by the couple “on or about July 28, 2018” under a Retail Installment Contract.  Under the terms of the Contract, the Defendants were “required to make monthly payments each in the amount of $949.17”.

The bank also alleges that the Defendants “are unlawfully detaining and possessing the Vehicle”.

In the complaint, Ally Bank said they are owed the amount of ‘$37,293.63 as of July 20, 2021 plus interest charges, late charges and costs’.

They are seeking an amount between $30,001 and $50,000, according to the court documents.

On August 17, 2021, Mavado and Mckenzie were both issued summonses to attend court via Zoom on November 4, 2021.  They have been ordered to appear before Judge Sandra Perlman and must show cause as to why the Range Rover “should not be taken from their possession and delivered” to the Bank.

If the couple fails to appear as ordered, they will be deemed to have waived the right to a hearing and the court may “thereupon issue a writ of replevin”, which is a pre-judgment process ordering the seizure of illegally withheld property.   The Range Rover would then be held under the supervision of the Court, until the Court determines otherwise.

Mavado and Mckenzie got married privately in January 2012, in Broward County, according to the Jamaica Star.

Mavado, wife Monique

Meanwhile, 2021 has been a year of ups and downs for Mavado.

His mother Elizabeth ‘Ms. Pinny’ Gordon, with whom he had a great relationship, died suddenly at a hospital in Kingston on March 12.  One week later, his 18-year-old son, Dantay Brooks and co-accused, were sentenced to life imprisonment for murder on March 19.

Also in March, the Gully Gad publicly slammed disbarred attorney Jennifer Messado, whom he called an “aristocratic scammer”, for allegedly swindling him out of $30.7 million JMD in 2018, when he attempted to buy property in Jamaica. Mavado vented on social media about the slow pace of the case, while Messado, who is facing nearly a dozen other fraud and money laundering-related charges, filed for bankruptcy in May 2021.

Last weekend, the On The Rock deejay wowed the crowd at Hot 97’s Summer Jam 2021 in New Jersey, where Shenseea and Kranium also performed.

Mavado released his debut album Gangsta for Life: The Symphony of David Brooks in 2007, and then followed up with Mr. Brooks…A Better Tomorrow in 2009.  In 2011, he announced that he had signed a deal with DJ Khaled’s record label We the Best Music Group and has since become known for a string of hits songs including Weh Dem A Do, Settle Down, So Special, Money Changer, Come Into My Room with Stacious and Give It All To Me with Nicki Minaj.   

His last hit song was Not Perfect, released in January this year.

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