'RHONYC' Star Sonya Morgan Forced Into Bankruptcy Over $8.5M Lawsuit Loss, Might Have To Sell Her Townhouse
Real Housewives of New York City star Sonja Morgan could be forced to sell her beloved townhouse after suffering a huge legal and financial setback, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Morgan was successfully sued by Hannibal Pictures for failure to raise money for a film involving John Travolta — and the reality TV star was forced to file for bankruptcy because of the $7 million judgement -- which reached a staggering $8.5 million total with interest and attorneys' fees included.
The divorcee had hoped to have the judgement thrown out on a minor legal technicality, and the judge not only upheld the financial settlement, but gave Hannibal Pictures an additional year to enforce a lien on Morgan's earnings and assets.
On Dec. 17, 2013, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rita Miller signed off on the lien being extended until Jan. 13, 2015.
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Hannibal Pictures -- a Los Angeles based company which specializes in international co-productions of English language motion pictures — can proceed and collect the $8.5 million judgement from Morgan and force her to sell her house.