lil’ kim hopes To Get Bankruptcy Case Tossed Out In Court Since filing for Chapter 13 in 2018, the Brooklyn rapper has managed to get a hold on her financial situation.
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Lil’ Kim Wants Dismissal of Bankruptcy Case. A year after filing for chapter 13 bankruptcy, the ‘Magic Stick’ hitmaker informs a federal judge that she has got her finances in order and no longer needs protection from her creditors.
LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/2Z2cWIH lil kim asks for Bankruptcy Case to be Dismissed. Around this time last year, Lil Kim filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy as a move to save.
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Lil Kim wants her bankruptcy to be dismissed. The 44-year-old rapper has filed court documents explaining she has been able to get her finances in order so no longer needs any help from the court to protect her from creditors and has asked for a federal judge to dismiss the filing she made a year ago.
AceShowbiz – Lil’ Kim has asked a judge to dismiss her bankruptcy case, as she now has her finances in order and is not at risk of losing her home.. Lil’ Kim Wants Dismissal of Bankruptcy Case.
; AceShowbiz – Lil’ Kim has asked a judge to dismiss her bankruptcy case, as she now has her finances in order and is not at risk of losing her home.. The "Crush on You" hitmaker filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy last year (2018), in a bid to resolve her debts and save her New Jersey mansion from foreclosure after she missed a $10,155 (8,020) mortgage repayment.
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