"Real Housewives of New York" star Sonja Morgan is learning a valuable lesson about not pissing off people that know how to navigate the legal system, because a group of lawyers are hounding her for the cash that they're owed.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, the law firm of Browne George Ross LLP filed to force the reality star to pay up $66,330.34 that was awarded to them after Morgan went through bankruptcy court.
She originally owed them almost $2 million, but after restructuring her debt, only owed them the $66,000.
BGR is a California firm, so they are now filing in New York, where Morgan lives, to order her to fork over the cash.
As we previously reported, the lawyers who handled her bankruptcy are also trying to collect the $350,000 they're owed.
It's unclear who the next legal team on deck is, but they may want to have Morgan pay up front.