Another “Housewife” has gone broke.
“The decision to seek bankruptcy relief was not an easy one, but unfortunately, I am at a crossroads in my life,” Morgan said in court docs that listed nearly $20 million in debt and 13.5 million in assets, according to the Journal.
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In a celebrity twist, Tremont-Morgan accused John Travolta of contributing to her financial problems for his part in a failed joint film venture between Tremont-Morgan’s production company Sonja Productions and Hannibal Pictures.
Tremont-Morgan alleged Travolta attached “various conditions” to star in “Fast Flash to Bang Time” that the venture could not meet, according to the Journal.
Hannibal later won a $7 million court judgment from Sonja Productions when the project was scuttled, the paper reported. Tremont-Morgan has appealed the decision.
Earlier this year, New Jersey “Housewife” Teresa Guidice filed for bankruptcy, citing $9 million in debt.