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No Relief For Broke Dina Lohan! Trustee Begs Judge To Dismiss Bankruptcy Case

Dina Lohan Broke Bankruptcy Filing Dismissed
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Nov. 27 2018, Updated 5:02 p.m. ET

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Dina Lohan cannot catch a break! can exclusively report that the 53-year-old mom of Lindsay Lohan is strapped for cash because her chapter 13 bankruptcy case is extremely close to being dismissed.

According to a shocking new court documents obtained by, trustee Marianne Derosa filed a motion to dismiss Dina's case because she "does not qualify for relief under Chapter 13."

A hearing was set for December 13 for a judge to sign off on it.

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The famous mom first filed for chapter 13 bankruptcy in September, claiming she was over $1 million in debt. Then, learned the famous mom claimed in paperwork that she earns just $27,000 a year.


According to Derosa, Dina has not followed standard protocol in the bankruptcy case since her initial filing. The trustee alleged that Dina has "failed to begin making chapter 13 payments to the trustee as required" in addition to failing to provide a copy of a federal income tax return and monthly operating reports, the documents stated.

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Plus, even after Dina filed paperwork showing her budget and monthly income, the trustee claimed that Dina still would have a "negative cash flow" and wouldn't be able to fund any repayment plan.

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