She’s required to come to court with her bank statements, information about her sources of income, and inform the court of joint assets and property owned with her husband.
The lawsuit stems from a $1.2 million unpaid loan that Paul “PK” Kemsley borrowed former friend, Nicos Kirzis, back in 2011.
In 2016, Nicos Kirzis sued PK for a 2011 loan in the amount of $1.2 million. According to Kirzis, Paul Kemsley agreed to a 2013 deadline
In 2016, Nicos Kirzis sued PK for the 2011 loan in the amount of $1.2 million. According to Kirzis, Paul Kemsley agreed to a 2013 deadline but did not pay anything for years and then attempted to eliminate the debt in a bankruptcy filing.
According to Nicos Kirzis, PK recently made a payment of $250,000 — however that only covered the interest over the years, leaving a remaining balance still of $1,235,573.66.
The plaintiff (Nicos Kirzis) in the suit recently garnished a joint City National Bank account owned by PK and Dorit for $29,634.10.
Dorit attempted to stop the $30k garnishment claiming the money is hers alone. However, Kirzis argues that under California law, Dorit’s income/assets also belong to PK because they are married.
The judge set the hearing and Dorit and PK will have to appear later this month.
PK also recently announced he is producing the biopic of his good friend Boy George.
— Variety (@Variety) May 29, 2019
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