RHOBH star Dorit Kemsley's husband Paul ordered to reveal his finances in lawsuit over unpaid $1.2M loan
He's being sued over a $1.2 million loan he took out in 2011.
And Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley's husband Paul has been ordered by a judge to appear in court to explain his finances, The Blast reported Tuesday.
Paul, known as PK, is being sued by Nicos Kirzis who accuses the British businessman of failing to pay back the money he owes.
Legal battle: RHOBH star Dorit Kemsley's husband Paul has been ordered to appear in court to explain his finances in lawsuit over an unpaid $1.2 million loan, The Blast reported Tuesday. The couple are pictured leaving the Bravo reality show's premiere party in Hollywood in February
Kirzis claims in court documents that while PK recently made a payment of $250,000, that only covers interest accrued over the years and that he still owes a balance of $1,235,573.66.
A judge in Los Angeles has set a hearing for June 19 in which PK, 51, will be expected to give details of his finances including assets, property, bank accounts and his sources of income.
Kirzis filed documents in California in December to register the judgment in that state, which is the first step a creditor takes in preparation of seizing assets.
A separate lawsuit claiming PK owed a $75,000 gambling debt to a sports betting company was thrown out by a judge on a technicality in February.
Lawsuit: Paul, known as PK, is being sued by Nicos Kirzis who accuses the British businessman of failing to pay back the money he owes on the loan he took out in 2011
PK married reality star Dorit, his second wife, in 2015 and is a regular on the Bravo reality show.
He has worked as a property developer, was Vice-Chairman of Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur, Chairman of the revived New York Cosmos.
He owns Nixxi Entertainment agency where he manages pop icon Boy George.
Reality TV stars: PK, 51, married Dorit, his second wife, in 2015 and is a regular on the Bravo reality show
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