Stepmother Serena Williams has amassed up to half a million dollars in debt to a staggering 19 creditors, causing her to lose the childhood home where the tennis star grew up, US reveals.
We can reveal for the first time the full details of “King Richard“Lakesha, Williams’ estranged wife, the astonishing amount owed to numerous banks and government organizations, including the IRS and Bank of America, which led to the property in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, auction on September 27 for $1.42 million.
He is 43 years old and under 37 years old Serena Dad, she tried unsuccessfully to declare herself bankrupt in an attempt to keep the house, but her principal creditor, David Simon, thwarted her efforts and would keep the black’s share of the house sale proceeding.
Simon then accused her in legal papers of not paying a dime and instead spending all her money on “junk food and deception.”
Simon’s debt is now $584,109, including interest, and Judge Luis Delgado, of the 15th Judicial District of Florida, has ordered the venue, which is in very poor condition, to be auctioned at the end of this month.
Her latest Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing, which failed, indicates that she owes cash to 19 different organizations, court documents obtained by The US Sun show.
Even though the court was told that Serena and Venus’ childhood home — who had been in the family for 27 years when her divorced parents bought her back in 1995 — was her only residence, Lekesha owes money for the luxury condos, Banyan Bay Apartments, in Coconut Creek, Florida.
This may indicate that she was also renting a place there, which wouldn’t be too surprising as Simon had long argued in court that Williams’ prime homes are in ruins.
Pictures First show by The Sun It reveals how the estate became a farce.
The roof looked as if it had been haphazardly repaired dozens of times while an abandoned truck ran through the dilapidated property and outbuildings.
Simon argued that the property had fallen into such disrepair that it was not currently insurable due to its condition.
He stated in court documents that “the debtor does not provide adequate protection for the collateral of the secured creditor, the house. The house is not insured, the roof is leaking from it, and the collateral is in danger of complete loss.”
Lakisha also owes various credit companies such as Capital One and Tide Water Finance Company, although many of the companies are debt buyers or debt collectors including Capital One, Commonwealth Financial Systems and Forest Recovery Services.
The list of creditors and attached is a Chapter 13 bankruptcy document, in which she acquires debts between $100,001 and $500,000.
Richard, 80, told his life story in the movie King Richard starring will Smith, It was previously claimed that he suffers from irreversible “brain damage” and “dementia”.
Court documents From his divorce battle Including testimony from his doctor, claiming to be completely helpless.
However, at one point, it seemed as if the couple had reconciled momentarily when she put their divorce on hold and told how the couple was still Enjoy weekly sex sessionsLegal papers revealed.
The Sun has reached out to Lakeisha’s attorney.