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Usher Raymond has reportedly demanded that his ex-wife, Tameka Foster, leave his Georgia mansion because he intends to sell it, TMZ reports.

Sources have told TMZ that Usher’s lawyer sent Foster a letter stating that the 12,000 sq. ft. Georgia home is going on the market and that she needs to bust a move–fast. Usher has allowed his ex-wife to live in the home for the past few years, but he has the right to make her leave at anytime because he owns it.

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He just needs to give her 60 days notice.

Foster reportedly has not taken her eviction notice well as she has been financially dependent on Usher since their divorce in 2009, according to TMZ. But Usher, on the other hand, feels he has given his ex more than enough time to adjust to her divorcee life.

Usher bought the home back in 2007 for $3 million.

Foster recently lost an appeal to challenge a ruling that granted Usher primary custody of their two children. She accused the judge of favoritism, saying that Usher’s lawyer gave to her campaign fund. The judge shot back, saying that it has been public knowledge since 2008 that Usher’s attorney gave to her reelection campaign.

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