Anything your landlord adds after you both sign and agree is not legally binding. Its an invalid addition.
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You will want a copy of the original lease you signed that was blank when you defend against the judgment. I highly recommend hiring an attorney for this problem. Depending on local law, you might be able to recover the attorney fees and costs if you prevail.