Earlier this month, TLC singer T-Boz’s third bankruptcy case was dismissed. Judge James R. Sacca of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Atlanta agreed with creditors that the singer was not making enough of an effort to resolve her bankruptcy.
According to the court, T-Boz had not submitted documents required for the bankruptcy process, paid off any of her $700,000 debt, or attended creditor meetings. Now, creditors may try to repossess the singer’s assets because she is no longer protected by bankruptcy.
T-Boz and the other singers of TLC filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 1995. In February 2011, the singer once again filed for bankruptcy–this time under Chapter 13. This case was dismissed and she refiled in October 2011. T-Boz can still file for bankruptcy, but she must hold off until 180 days after this recent case’s dismissal.
To learn more about filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, contact the Florida Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney, Ryan J. Really, by calling (239) 237-0675 today.