“I’m Broke, I Now Live In My Mom’s House” – Sean Kingston Cries Out As He Has Less Than $500 Now
Follow @eventlabgh < American singer, Sean Kingston,,has revealed his dire financial situation in a legal battle over unpaid lawyer bills....
American singer, Sean Kingston,,has revealed his dire financial situation in a legal battle over unpaid lawyer bills.
The singer, who was months ago involved in a feud with rapper, The Game has revealed that he is in a financial mess and has less than $500 to his name.
The singer filed court docs stating he has less than $500 in his bank accounts and owns no property or cars.
Recall, in 2015, the lawyer James J. Gangitano sued Kingston, accusing him of refusing to pay up $12,500 worth of legal work he did in defending him.
Following the suit, the lawyer reached a deal with Kingston in early 2016 in which the singer agreed to pay $20,000 in installments between April 2016 and January 2017.
has however returned to court after the singer failed to make payments which constituted a breach of contract.
The deal which was earlier signed by both parties held that if Kingston missed a payment, the entire amount of $14,500 would be due immediately.
In the suit by his legal counsel, Gangitano is demanding that the judge order Kingston to pay up due to his breach.
Kingston who had earlier failed to provide his financial details and standing before the court was slammed with contempt and ordered to make the documents ready, a move which exposed the singer’s financial status.
According to the details contained in the document signed by the singer, Kingston explained that he currently owns no property or automobile and has moved back in with his mother, Janice Turner in Los Angeles.
He further attached details of his last three bank account statements which corroborated his story and revealed his February/March bank statement from his Bank of America account to contain $18.96 at the end of the month and $6.96 at month’s end.
His other bank accounts, Chase bank started with $370.68 and $207.63 but ended with a deficit of $19.65 and $7.22 at the month’s end.