Dorit, whose faux English accent has the same effect of nails dragging across the chalkboard, and her husband, PK Kemsley, live a lavish lifestyle in Beverly Hills. Where Boy George sleeps in your guestroom, and a $3 million car as a possible birthday present is nothing to bat a fake eyelash over.
However, it seems as though their lavish spending might have caught up with them. Not only is it time to pay the piper…their payments are late.
According to an article from The Blast, Dorit’s husband, PK Kemsley owes a man named Nicos Kirzis $1.2 million for an unpaid loan. Apparently, Kirzis filed a case in New York back in 2016. He claims PK had not repaid him even though he was supposed to by 2013.
PK responded by stating the bankruptcy he had filed in the U.K had removed all debt. However, Nicos countered that he had never been named as a creditor. Therefore, he was still entitled to his payment.
In 2016, a New York judge agreed with Nicos. The judge ordered PK to pay the $1.2 million. This means there is a chance Nicos could seize the PK’s assets in order to collect. What will happen to Boy George!
The Blast also states that while PK has made a payment of $250,000, it only covered the interest which leaves an outstanding amount of $1,275,221.48.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, the article also mentions that Dorit and her hubby still owe the Bellagio for an unpaid casino marker, or an IOU, from back in 2013.
It’s a familiar sounding story where PK owed money, made a couple payments before he stopped, then used the excuse of the bankruptcy filing to get away from paying anymore. And yes, I do know that is the purpose of filing for bankruptcy.
However, PK was able to reach an agreement with the casino. However, they since filed a motion asking the court to order a judgment for the remaining balance. If the order is granted the Bellagio will be able to seize the Kemsleys’ assets as well.
It will be interesting to see how all of this plays out on the show. I’d say let the creditors take her accent, but I don’t think that’s an asset.
TELL US – WHAT DO YOU THINK OF DORIT BEING IN DEBT? DO YOU FEEL BAD FOR THEM? IS THERE TOO MUCH PRESSURE TO LIVE THIS LIFESTYLE?
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