Lawyers for Usher Raymond reportedly sent the crooner's ex-wife Tameka Raymond a letter she most likely didn't want to receive.
According to TMZ, "The Voice" newbie recently served Foster with eviction papers, forcing her to leave her Atlanta residence within 60 days.
The news comes on the heels of Raymond winning primary custody of the ex-couple's two sons, Usher Terry Raymond V and Naviyd Ely Raymond, just over a month ago.
Although the eviction might appear a bit insensitive on Usher's part - considering Foster just lost primary custody of her youngest boys and her 11-year-old son Kyle Glover was recently killed in an unfortunate jet-ski accident, the mansion was always a point of contention during the ex-couple's mediation proceedings.
Back in May of this year, Foster requested permanent residence at the 12,000 sq. ft. Georgia home for herself and their children. Although the couple divorced in 2009, Raymond allowed Foster to remain in the home while she served as primary caregiver to little Usher V and Naviyd. Now with custody being rewarded to the "Daddy's Home" singer, Foster was served her papers to vacate the premises. (Ouch!)
According to their 2009 divorce agreement, Usher could sell the property at anytime, as long as he gave Foster 60 day notice.
Currently, the mother-of-five is seeking an appeal of the custody ruling after Fulton County Superior Court Judge Besonetta Tipton Lane rejected her motion for retrial. In the motion, Foster claimed the ruling in her ex-husband's favor was biased given the fact Raymond's attorney contributed to Tipton Lane's re-election campaign in 2008.