Wynonna Judd Files Lawsuit To Evict Louisville Man

A Grammy Award-winning country music singer has filed a lawsuit in
Jefferson County, Ky. to evict the man who raised her as his daughter,
according to a Louisville attorney.

WDRB News has obtained a suit filed by Wynonna Judd against Michael
Ciminella and the Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Department of
Inspections, Permits and Licenses.

The suit alleges that Ciminella obtained property on Belgravia Court,
near the intersection of W. Hill St. and S. 3rd St. in July 1994. In
order to obtain the property, the suit states, he gave Wynonna Judd a
mortgage and promissory note, agreeing to pay her $200,000 for the

The suit indicates that on Sept. 16, 2011, Judd demanded full payment of the entire outstanding balance, plus interest.

Ciminella has not paid that amount, according to the suit. Wynonna Judd – The Other Side

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