Real Estate

Omarosa has a whole new set of problems — and they have nothing to do with Trump

Omarosa Manigault Newman and her husband John Newman.
Omarosa Manigault Newman and her husband John Newman.

While Omarosa Manigault Newman continues to do the press rounds promoting her book, “Unhinged,” the former White House aide and Donald Trump ally is dealing with some sticky issues closer to home. Literally.

The onetime “Apprentice” star and her pastor husband John Newman are being sued by The Jacksonville Golf and Country Club Property Owners Association, demanding that the couple make crucial fixes to their house.

Pictures first acquired by The Daily Mail shows their four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 3,048-square-foot home, its exterior in disrepair.

The $615,000 home sits on a golf course.

The Miami Herald confirmed the suit was filed back in June after Newman apparently disregarded pleas to fix up the place.

The lawsuit claims that there is mold on the roof, a filthy pool that attracts mosquitoes and needs “complete chemical treatment,” plus a dead tree “resting on a fence.” The suit also demands $11,063 in back fees and charges.

“Such maintenance shall include but not be limited to paint, repair, roof repair, roof repair and replacement, gutter, downspouts, exterior building surfaces, and yard cleanup and/or maintenance,” the suit reads.

A hearing is set for Oct. 15, according to Duval County court records.

A spokesman for the association had no comment when reached by phone.

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