New housewife Siggy Flicker fits right in with her money-troubled co-stars! RadarOnline.com has obtained exclusive documents exposing The Real Housewives of New Jersey star's bankruptcy secret.
Flicker's husband, Michael Campanella, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in August 2009.
Court papers reveal he owed $1,299,078.70 to creditors at the time of the filing.
Campanella, who Flicker married in 2012, owed $861,000 in mortgage payments for a Montebello, New York property.
He racked up $147,218 in credit card payments for American Express, Chase, Bloomingdale's, Best Buy and more.
The self-employed broker's average monthly expenses were $17,888, despite having an average monthly income of $7,000 at the time.
Campanella was forced to surrender his Montebello, New York residence before the case was discharged in March of 2010.
Flicker has been open about her second husband's hardships.
"He'd been successful and had lost it all," she told Palm Beach Post. "We started talking, and he was not afraid to admit his failures. That was sexy to me."
But Flicker's husband isn't the only cast member with financial troubles.
Teresa and Joe Giudice were convicted of bank, mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud. Teresa finished her 11-month sentence in December 2015, while her husband is currently serving 41 months in prison.
As for Chris and Jacqueline Laurita, they paid off a $9,851 tax lien filed by the IRS in 2013. They still owe $85,127 in unpaid taxes. Their financial troubles began when their clothing company, Signature Apparel, went out of business, forcing them to file for bankruptcy in 2009.
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