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Rapper Mickey Avalon has been slapped with a lawsuit from a housekeeper who alleges she was electrocuted while scrubbing his filthy oven.

Lula Malone filed legal documents claiming she was jolted by an electric current while cleaning the cooker in Avalon’s Los Angeles home and insists the appliance and his house were “maintained in an unsafe manner,” according to legal papers obtained by

The maid is suing the Mr. Right hitmaker for medical expenses and loss of earnings because Avalon does not have workers’ compensation insurance to cover her bills.

Mickey Avalon (born Yeshe Perl; December 3, 1975) is an American rapper from Hollywood, California. Upon entering the rap scene in 2000, Avalon first adopted the stage name, “The Relevant” and made his first appearance on Met Fly (who would later be known as Andre Legacy)’s album entitled “Wiggin’ Out”. In 2004, Avalon first collaborated with Existereo of the Shape Shifters’s on the song “No Class.” He later collaborated with Existereo again on: “Couple o’Shitbags and The Fly’s That Go With ’em” (2005), “Wrong Side” (2006), “I Love Who” (2007). In November 2006, Mickey Avalon released his self-titled debut solo album. Released through Interscope/Shoot to Kill Records in association with MySpace Records, the album spawned the singles “Jane Fonda” and “Mr. Right”.

Perhaps in this case he will end up Mr. Wrong. Representatives for the hip-hop star had not responded to requests for comment.