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More Money Woes! Caroline Manzo's Husband Forced To Pay $6K In Brownstone Complaint

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Aug. 25 2016, Updated 9:58 a.m. ET

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Albert Manzo must pay $6,132 to Frank and Son Dynamic Elevator Services Inc. on behalf of The Brownstone, RadarOnline.com has learned.

A clerk from the Superior Count Special Civil Part in Passaic County, New Jersey confirmed to Radar exclusively that the case against the Brownstone House defaulted on July 25, 2016.

The elevator company was granted the automatic default after the Brownstone failed to file an answer to the complaint filed on June 9, 2016.

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They have six months to file for a default judgment to obtain their money.

The clerk confirmed that the company has not filed yet.

Radar previously reported that Caroline, 54, and her husband, 56, already owe $208,012.77 in state taxes for the family business.

They must also pay $13,075 to an accounting firm that worked with the Brownstone.

Meanwhile, the family is still spending money frivolously, as they are currently redoing their home ahead of the Manzo'd With Children premiere in September.

Stay with Radar for more on the Manzo's money troubles.

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