Looks like Real Housewives of Beverly Hills may be losing another housewife. Not because she’s over the whole thing and wants to focus on her dogs, but because her financial status probably won’t allow her to stay in Beverly Hills for much longer (although, many of those messes live Beverly Hills-adjacent). It seems Dorit Kemsley‘s husband, Paul “PK” Kemsley, has not been paying some very expensive bills and is owing a couple of people a shit ton of money.
The Blast is reporting that PK, who is Boy George’s manager, has got himself in deep with a man named Nicos Kirzis who has been suing him since 2016. PK was loaned $1.2 million by Nicos and never paid it back. This was back in 2011 and PK was given until 2013 to pay up but that never happened, so Nicos sued him in New York in 2016. PK argued that his 2013 bankruptcy in the UK cleared all his debts, but Nicos was like “Girl, not mine.”
A judge agreed with Nicos, and PK was ordered to pay him back plus interest. Last month, Nicos put some documents in with the California courts, which seems like his first step towards the process of seizing some assets. Then PK finally chose to pay $250,000 on the debt, which covered the interest which continues to build up, but his unpaid balance is still sitting pretty at $1,275,221.48. Love when they put the cents; that means they’re serious. IF PK doesn’t file to vacate the judgment against him, he can expect “his wages, money and property” to be taken without further warning. Ouch, Real Housewives need a house, last I checked. Well girl, if you have to sell your home at least there’s still that tour up on YouTube!
But that’s not all! He also owes the Bellagio $2 million from a casino marker of $3.6 million. He also tried to say his bankruptcy claim covered that debt, but the Bellagio also said: “Girl, what? No, you’re paying me.” They reached a settlement where PK was gonna pay back all his debts by June 2018, but the Bellagio says he stopped paying in May. In September, a court granted the Bellagio a judgment allowing them to go ahead with “garnishment and execution.”
Well damn. I must admit, I don’t feel bad for you. When rich people are bad with money I’m like: “Really, girl? …You know you didn’t need to gamble $3.6 million? That’s a choice.“ But hey, Dorit: if you do go too broke to be a Beverly Hills housewife, you could always call Andy Cohen and pitch him Real Housewives of Boyle Heights.