“The Real Housewives of New York” star Sonja Morgan revealed on the fourth season of the show that she had filed for bankruptcy because of a bad investment. She was held responsible for several millions and it sounds like she had to sell her homes in order to pay the settlement. However, there have been some developments that could leave Sonja off the hook. According to a new statement released on Dec. 1, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Sonja Morgan may not be held responsible for the legal problems she shared on the show on past seasons.
“YES. I'm trusting in #JudgeWilliamKeller,” she tweeted yesterday. When a fan reached out to her, saying, “ I will go to the church that day and light a candle in prayer for you! Xoxo,” Sonja wrote back, “thank you VERY much. #trustintruth.” She was referring to the report that surfaced over the weekend. In that report, it is revealed that the company holding Sonja responsible for the lost investment was not a company at the time of filing.
Apparently, Hannibal Pictures Inc didn’t actually exist as an entity until months after the judgment was handed down, leaving Sonja in financial strains. If the judge rules that the business should not be paid because it wasn’t a business, Sonja could be off the hook. And it sounds like she is putting all of her faith in the judge.
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