RHOBH Star Dorit Kemsley’s Husband PK Tries to Block Their Assets From Being Seized as His Creditor Attempts to Collect $1.2 Million

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RHOBH Star Dorit Kemsley's Husband PK Tries to Block Their Assets From Being Seized as Creditor Attempts to Collect $1.2 Million

Dorit Kemsley‘s husband, Paul “PK” Kemsley, is begging a judge to prevent the potential seizing of their bank accounts.

As his creditor, Nicos Kirzis, attempts to collect the $1.2 million he is owed, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills husband has filed new court documents in hopes of keeping Nicos’ hands off an account belonging to his wife, as well as an account he has in the UK.

On October 7, The Blast shared details of PK’s court documents, revealing that he is attempting to convince the judge Nicos should not be allowed access to Dorit’s account, nor should he be able to touch the money in his UK account. As he explained, the RHOBH cast member should not be held responsible for debts he brought onto himself prior to their marriage.

Dorit and PK wed in 2015, four years after PK was given a $1.2 million loan from Nicos.

As RHOBH fans may have heard, Nicos was successful in seizing $29,634.10 from one bank account Dorit shared with PK, even though the mother of two attempted to convince a judge that the money in the account was only hers. A short time later, Nicos took steps to seize an account belonging to PK that was found in the UK.

According to the report, Nicos is also after an account belonging to Dorit because he believes PK has been depositing his own money into the account in an effort to avoid turning it over to him. However, PK claims there is no evidence proving he put any money into the account.

“Here, the Kirzis notes were incurred in 2011, Mr. and Mrs. Kemsley were married in 2015, and Mrs. Kemsley’s earnings have always been kept in a separate account with no commingling with any community property,” PK stated in his documents. “Accordingly, as the Court agreed earlier, Mrs. Kemsley’s earnings are not liable for the Kirzis debt.”

Throughout his court battle with Nicos, PK has claimed that his $1.2 million debt should have been erased as part of his 2011 bankruptcy filing in the UK.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 will air on Bravo TV sometime next year.

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