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Venus & Serena Williams’ Stepmom Accused Of Spending All Her Money On Fastfood



Venus & Serena Williams' Stepmom Allegedly Spent All Her Money On Fastfood 

Venus & Serena Williams’ Stepmom Allegedly Spent All Her Money On Fastfood

Venus & Serena William’s estranged stepmom Lakeisha has been accused of spending all her money carelessly despite being in the middle of a Chapter 13 case.

According to @radaronline , a creditor of Lakeisha named David Simon has asked the court to dismiss the entire bankruptcy that was filed earlier this year. In her petition, Lakeisha demanded to keep the $1 million 4-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home in Palm Beach Gardens, Fl.

The home Lakeisha is requesting was originally purchased by Serena and Venus’ father Richard and their mother Oracene Price for $335k in 1995. In the Chapter 13, Richard filed a lawsuit against his estranged wife accusing her of forging legal documents to remove his name from the deed. Lakiesha is listed as the sole owner.

Documents also reveal that Lakeisha owes David Simon the most in the bankruptcy. He filed a claim for $472k after Lakeisha defaulted on a loan provided to her.

In the recent motion, David revealed the home in question “remains in significant disrepair, and the roof has not been repaired. [Lakeisha] has no insurance on the house because it is not insurable. And the house’s location makes it especially susceptible to windstorm damage.”

He also argued, “Lakeisha does not have sufficient disposable income needed to cure the mortgage default.” David said while her income “appears significant” Lakeisha “spends all her income on fast food and frivolities.”

He said her bank account statements show that Lakeisha has increased her income and increased her spending, she cannot afford to make an $11,000/month payment”, he claims.

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