PK Kemsley tried his best to keep his wife Dorit Kemsley from having the money she made examined in court. The judge did not allow his request to pass, however saying it will remain in effect, Dorit will have to bring her financial records to court as well. The RHOBH star had said the twenty-nine thousand plus in her account should not be part of the lawsuit. She said she made her money on her own. The company, Kirzis who brought the suit for non-payment said she couldn’t prove that money was hers along. According to The Blast PK recently denies he owes the money. Kemsley says it was discharged in a UK bankruptcy he filed in 2011. The couple has since had their bank accounts frozen and been dealing with this in the news for months.
Kemsley said Kirzis has taken the battle to New York and now brought it to California. Kirzis said while they did make a large payment, it just covered the interest that had been racked up over the years. It just keeps getting rehashed. PK has asked if Dorit’s appearance in court could be pushed back because if the case is thrown out, she will not have to testify or have her money scrutinized. When he asked the judge not to make Dorit Kemsley testify in the courtroom he was denied because she shares bank accounts with PK.
Why Are PK And Dorit Kemsley In Court?
Nicos Kirzis claims Dorit Kemsley’s husband owes him 1.2 million for a loan he gave him. PK was ordered to turn over his bank documents and has been asked to turn over more records by tomorrow. The Blast says PK got grilled today in court over his financial situation. The order also prohibits PK from moving any of the money he has into different accounts. Dorit is scheduled to also be questioned in court today.
This wasn’t their only brush with the legal system. Dorit Kemsley and PK were also sued over a bikini business by their former partner. A video of a woman yelling at Dorit to pay her friend and calling her a “cheap bitch,” made the rounds while the news of this lawsuit was coming out. Since the reality couple is still in court only time will tell if the case will be thrown out or if they will be ordered to pay the debt after all.