Dorit Kemsley's Husband Tries To Block Her From Testifying in $1.2 Million Lawsuit


Another day, another Beverly Hills legal drama we know they won't talk about.

How is it possible that almost half the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are all being ordered to appear in court on their husband's behalf so they can reveal their income to a judge but none of them will be willing to discuss it on camera? Have they looked up the definition of the word reality?

According to court documents obtained The Blast, Dorit Kemsley is the latest Housewife being asked to appear in front of a judge. In case you haven't been keeping up, her husband Paul "PK" Kemsley is still being sued by a man named Nicos Kirzis for $1.2 million he owes in unpaid loans, however, Boy George's manager is arguing he doesn't owe any money as he filed bankruptcy in the UK five months after the loan was taken from Kirzis, which wiped clean all his debts.

Now, the plaintiff has taken the lawsuit to both the states of New York and California to try and collect the money owed to him. After Kirzis' request, the court ordered for Dorit to appear on September 4 as well as having her bank account frozen, which revealed the Housewife had $29,634.10.

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PK is arguing for Dorit's court appearance to be pushed back until a judge can decide whether or not he actually owes any money to this man because if not, there's no reason for her finances to be examined. On the other hand, the man suing him wants the money in Dorit's account seized and given to him as a partial payment of the loan.

Dorit is arguing she shouldn't have to give this man a dime as her money is separate from PK's. As of now, the money has been frozen and can't be touched until the judge makes a ruling.

The judge has yet to rule. Erika Jayne was also requested to appear in front of the court in her husband's lawsuit with her financial information last week. After a year of this lawsuit and all the money this Kirzis man has spent on lawyers, if he gets any money back at all, it will probably go straight to paying his legal fees...

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