Rapper DMX is set to lose a New York building he owns because of a longrunning battle with a dog clothing company.
The star was ordered to pay Amusing Diversions $281,000 (GBP140,500) after the company filed suit in 2004, alleging DMX - real name Earl Simmons - reneged on an agreement to promote its canine wear range.
The firm has spent the past four years attempting to get DMX to pay up, and authorities are finally stepping in and forcing the sale of a $1 million (GBP500,000) townhouse in Harlem.
The sale is slated for 13 August (08), reports the New York Post.