Judge Freezes Dorit Kemsley’s Bank Account Amid Lawsuit Against RHOBH Star’s Husband PK, Amount of Money in the Account is Revealed

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Judge Freezes Dorit Kemsley's Bank Account Amid Lawsuit Against RHOBH Star's Husband PK, Find Out How Much Money Was in the Account

A bank account belonging to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley has just been frozen.

According to a new report, Dorit’s account, which is also listed under the name of her husband, Paul “PK” Kemsley, is no longer available to her or PK due to the ongoing $1.2 million lawsuit PK is facing from a man named Nicos Kirzis.

On July 10, The Blast shared the news with readers, confirming that Dorit and PK will be unable to touch the account until a final decision is made in regard to whether they’ll be allowed to keep the funds, or whether the money in the account will be turned over to Nicos to pay off his outstanding debt.

As the outlet explained, Nicos has been attempting to seize the couple’s funds, which are located in a City National Bank account. Nicos claims that while PK did make a recent payment of $250,000, he still owes him $1,235,573. The one-time payment, Nicos said, only covered the interest on the loan, which was initially taken out in 2011.

The amount in Dorit’s bank account is said to be $29,634. And according to Nicos, Dorit tried to prevent him from taking the money in the City National Bank account after he tried to garnish it. Despite the account being under both Dorit and PK’s name, Dorit had claimed the money did not belong to PK.

Although Dorit insisted that her husband didn’t have anything to do with the money in the account, Nicos argued that she did not give any proof to back up that statement. Ultimately, she was ordered to turn over her financial records in court.

The couple is due back in court in September to address the possible seizing of the account.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ season nine reunion begins airing Tuesday, July 16 at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.

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