"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Dorit Kemsley and her husband PK stand to make millions when they sell their Beverly Hills mansion but a Las Vegas casino is stepping in to make sure that does not happen.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the Bellagio Hotel and Casino officially registered in California the judgment they won in Nevada against PK Kemsley, stemming from a $3.6 million casino marker he’s been working to pay off for years.
By registering the judgment in Los Angeles, it allows them to go after property and assets located in the state of California.
Bellagio is likely filing the judgment now because earlier this month, Dorit and PK slashed the price of their Beverly Hills mansion. Now the casino can be paid from the proceeds first ... before the Kemsleys see a dime.
Dorit and PK originally bought their 6-bedroom, 7-bathroom, 8,679 sq. ft. mansion in Beverly Hills for $6.5 million in 2016. They put the pad on the market less than a year later at the price of $12,750,000 but with no bites, so they slashed the price down to $10.95 million in early 2018.
They failed to find any buyers and decreased the price numerous times in the following months until they recently cut it down to $7,995,000, where it currently sits.
As The Blast first reported, PK has one other massive creditor on the hunt for his assets. Kemsley was hit with a $1.2 million judgment over years old unpaid loans from a man named Nicos Kirzis.
Last month, Kirzis filed documents in California to register the judgment there, which is the first step a creditor takes to begin the process of seizing assets.
Kirzis said that Kemsley finally made a payment of $250,000 on the debt, which basically only covered the interest that grew over the years. The unpaid balance remains at $1,275,221.48.