Sonja Morgan May Lose Her $6 Million Valued Mansion
The 'Real Housewives of New York City' star Sonja Morgan may be on the verge of losing her Upper East Side mansion, valued at $6 million dollars.
Sonja Morgan was forced to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy after being sued for a failed movie venture, recently revealed to the New York Post that her never-ending divorce is adding to her financial troubles.
The 47-year-old Sonja told the Post, I’m sure the world thinks, Sonja doesn’t have to worry, she’s got that husband there for her, But I’m on my own.
She is referring to is her exhusband, 80-year-old John Adams Morgan, who, according to court documents filed by Sonja, owes her a $3 million lump-sum divorce judgment and over $300,000 in alimony.
Sonja Morgan also alleges that while her ex, whose family tree includes J.P. Morgan and President John Adams Morgan, lives on his private $19 million island, she has been banned from using, selling or visiting their co-owned properties in Colorado and France.
Despite the potentially devastating money woes, Sonja Morgan isn’t sitting around idly. The fan-favorite 'housewife' has already begun to implement her financial backup plan which includes producing movies and emulating Bethenny Frankel, a former Real Housewives cast member who sold her 'Skinnygirl' drink line for $100 million, landing her a spot on in Forbes as one of the top 100 most powerful celebrities.
Sonja Morgan revealed to Popeater, I’ll be like Bethenny Frankel. I’ll do the deals first, then the baby, then get married. Bethenny is funny as hell. I enjoyed my time with her. I’m going to be on E! Hollywood Story for Bethenny. She’s one smart cookie, and I’m following right behind her.