'Without a Trace' Star Poppy Montgomery Agrees to Pay Landlord and Drop Out of $4 Million in Eviction Fight

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The actress reached a deal in court.

April 29, 2024, published at 10:00 AM ET

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without a trace star Poppy Montgomery on his way to settlement in lawsuit over unpaid beach house rent
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The legal battle is over.

The parties had a brief meeting where they reached an agreement before the court heard testimony.

Under their deal, the actress and her husband admitted they owed $65,000 in back rent. They agreed to pay $25,000 by May 1. If they don't make the payment, the landlord can seek a judgment for the full $65,000 plus possession of the property.

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Additionally, the couple agreed to move out of the $4 million LA mansion by June 15, 2024. If they do not leave on equal terms, the landlord may seek further judgment against the actress.

The agreement stated that Scibetta would keep the $26,000 deposit the couple had paid.

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without a trace star Poppy Montgomery on his way to settlement in lawsuit over unpaid beach house rent
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As we first reported, Scibetta sued the couple earlier this month, demanding they be evicted from their home for failing to pay rent.

Scibetta owns a 5-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home in Pacific Palisades, California.

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Montgomery and her husband leased the lot in June 2022 and agreed to pay $13,000 per month.

In response, the couple alleged that the homeowner had failed to make necessary repairs and “fix issues that directly affect the safety, structural integrity and habitability of the home.”

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without a trace star Poppy Montgomery on his way to settlement in lawsuit over unpaid beach house rent
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Poppy and her husband Shawn

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without a trace star Poppy Montgomery on his way to settlement in lawsuit over unpaid beach house rent
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The actress faced a lawsuit against her housekeeper last year.

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Sanford said: “Most of the repairs listed below have not been made or have been outright ignored. The problems included problems with lights not turning on, paint falling off the walls, the stove not working properly, doors rooting and problems with smoke detectors.

In response to Sanford's claims about the house, she said: “This implied warranty of habitability does not require a landlord to ensure that the rental property is in perfect, aesthetically pleasing condition, but it does mean that the 'bare living requirements' must be met be fulfilled.”

Per their court agreement, the landlord agreed not to comment publicly on the case.

As we first reported, the actress and her husband were facing a separate lawsuit filed by their former housekeeper

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