Los Angeles: TV host Nick Cannon has filed a lawsuit against former wife Mariah Carey's business manager Michael Kane over the sale of their USD 9 million Bel-Air mansion.
According to lawsuit, Kane did not inform him about the house's sale or the closing date until February 24, reported E!Online.
Cannon said in his lawsuit that he had "no objection" to sell the house but his "initial efforts to obtain copies of the Purchase and Sale Agreement and other documents pertinent to the transaction were rebuffed by Kane."
The "America's Got Talent" host also claimed he had "yet to see the estimated settlement agreement nor has he been provided with any information about required closing costs and loan payoffs, and other planned disbursements from escrow."
The 34-year-old father of two is seeking a trust be placed on the sale proceeds from the house until proper accounting for distribution of the sales proceeds.
He is also seeking a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against Kane from obtaining, disbursing or using any of the funds from escrow of the house.