Nanny That Sued Tamar Braxton And Vincent Herbert Finally Gets Her Pay After The Estranged Exes Mansion Sells For Millions Below Asking Price
If you're a fan of "Tamar and Vince," you'd already know that Tamar Braxton moved out of her multi-million-dollar mansion that she owned with her estranged husband Vincent Herbert and into her own private condo with her son, Logan Herbert. The separated couple put their house on the market shortly after for $15 million and it has finally sold much to the benefit of the couple's former nanny, Sally Lou Perkins.
Perkins filed a lien on the 7-bedroom 9-bathroom Calabasas property due to the fact that she is claiming unpaid wages from Tamar and Vince from the time she worked for them as a nanny.
In fact, Sally said that in 2014 she worked for the diva during her "Love and War" tour. During that time she was responsible for Logan's meals and snacks, transportation, dressings, creating nurturing activities to stimulate development, laundry, and social and emotional needs.
Since she wasn't paid for her work, Sally filed a claim with the State of California Labor Standards Enforcement who ordered the then-couple to pay up $213,000.
In 2017, the house was put on the market for $15 million but only sold for $9.25 million --meaning that the two lost money with the sale considering that they paid around $10 million when they purchased it in 2012.
Sally Perkins received her check in full this week. She has big plans on what to do with the cash that is well-deserved.
The caretaker has decided to use some of it to help people just like her make sure they get their unpaid wages for domestic work that they do for employers.
The Blast reports: "We’re told she plans to use the platform from her victory to help other domestic workers in similar situations. She plans to work with the New York-based organization National Domestic Workers Alliance."
Now that the family home is sold, the question remains if Tamar and Vince will ever finalize their divorce.