Trent Reznor Accuses Landlords of Renting Uninhabitable Home
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In his lawsuit, the Nine Inch Nails frontman alleges that the five-bedroom home he rented for his family was overrun with mould, and is seeking the return of his security deposit.

AceShowbiz - Trent Reznor is suing his landlords, alleging the five-bedroom home he rented for his family is uninhabitable.

According to a lawsuit obtained by TMZ,com, the Nine Inch Nails rocker claims the house was overrun with mould, due to being built on the cheap.

In his filing, Trent states an electrical fire caused by the mould growing inside the walls, forced him to move his wife and four kids to a hotel in January.

Trent claims his landlords told him he could safely move back in, but that the house was still uninhabitable and that other problems with the home include sewage leaks and flooding.

The 54-year-old is demanding the return of his security deposit, his hotel expenses and rent.

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