Former Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Danielle Staub's triumphant comeback continues as a judge overseeing her now discharged bankruptcy case, has canceled more than $700,000 in liens against her, RadarOnline.com has learned.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, Judge Donald Steckroth signed off on judicial liens that had been made against Staub on October 21.
Included in the total was a lien obtained by Fairfield Property Management for $687,000; Tri County Maintenance, for $14,982.17; Fortis Capital, for $21,537.55; and the New Jersey Division of Taxes, $5,162.33.
The 51-year-old's Chapter 7 was formally discharged last summer after she found herself nearly $1.9 million in debt.
Staub filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in June 2012 claiming she had $1.9 million in liabilities — and only earned $63,000 that year.
The former reality TV star owed more than $100,000 to the IRS, $70,000 in taxes to her local township and various attorney fees.
Staub is currently in talks with Bravo to re-join RHONJ for the upcoming season, as Radar has reported.
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