“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Dorit Kemsley has been ordered to show up to court and hand over her financial records as part of her husband PK’s $1.2 million legal battle.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Los Angeles judge has ordered Dorit to appear in court on June 27. She will have to appear in court with bank statements and information about her sources of income.
Dorit will have to let the court know of assets and property jointly owned with PK.
PK owes $1.2 million to a man named Nicos Kirzis who loaned the reality star money back in 2011. He accuses Kemsley of not paying a dime for years and the reality star even tried to wipe the debt clean in a bankruptcy.
Kirzis said Kemsley recently made a payment of $250,000 but that only covered the interest that racked up for years, leaving a remaining balance still of $1,235,573.66.
The creditor explains he recently garnished PK’s City National Bank account that he shares with Dorit for $29,634.10.
Dorit recently tried to stop the $30k from being garnished claiming the money is her separate money. Kirzis claims she gave no supporting evidence to back up her claim.
He argues that under California law, any of Dorit’s money is PK’s money because they are married. The judge set the hearing and Dorit and PK will have to appear later this month.