Lil Kim’s Mansion Reportedly Saved From Foreclosure

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According to The Blast, the judge has denied creditors from taking Lil Kim‘s New Jersey home. This came after Kim paid around $32,000, which would cover three payments of what she owes plus interest and legal fees.

Next month, Kim will have to submit proof of home insurance and that she’s been paying her monthly bills of over $10,000. This is good news, but if Kim misses just one payment then the creditors will have the right to forfeit the home and sell it to the highest bidder.

Lil Kim filed for bankruptcy a few months, saying she was $4 million in debt. The debt breaks down to $2 million from her mansion, over a million in taxes as well as an additional $186K for legal bills. Kim’s upcoming album should bring in revenue that’ll help level out the debt.

“If you’re God’s child, you can’t be touched, boo!” she previously had said to paparazzi when news were revealed about the bankruptcy.

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