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Housewife Under Siege: Sonja Morgan Fights Ex-Husband’s Claim She Owes Him $6.2 Million

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Dec. 17 2014, Updated 7:06 a.m. ET

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Real Housewives of New York vixen Sonja Morgan has headed to court demanding a New York judge throw out her ex-husband John Morgan’s lawsuit, which alleges she owns him a whopping $6.2 million dollars.

According to legal documents obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com, Sonja explains that during proceedings in her bankruptcy case — the result of a bad investment in a movie venture — her 83-year-old ex filed claims for $3.5 million for his share of their Colorado property, $1 million he said he spent maintaining that property and an additional $1,778,000 he believed he was owed from their French estate.

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Sonja points out that the final order in their divorce specifically states that she is only to pay half of the mortgage debt on their Colorado home and owes her ex-husband nothing relating to that property. She also states that a judge awarded her 99.9% interest in their French estate after it was determined John gifted her the property during their marriage.

The RHONY star also charges that John rented out their French estate for years and never paid her a dime of the money he collected. Furthermore, as part of their divorce, which was finalized in 2008, she claims she never received the $3 million dollars owed her in a lump sum and that the amount has now ballooned to $4 million because of accruing interest.

Sonja is now demanding all of her banking heir ex’s claims be dismissed.

A federal court hearing has been scheduled for next month to determine if the reality star must pay up.

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