Jacqueline And Chris Laurita Working Out Agreement To Settle Bankruptcy Lawsuit


Real Housewives of New Jersey star Jacqueline Laurita, her husband Chris will be signing an agreement to end the $8 million lawsuit relating to Chris’ former business Signature Apparel. According to new court documents obtained by RadarOnline, Jacqueline and Chris “agree to pay the total gross sum of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00)” to a trustee for plaintiffs.

The couple will have to immediately pay $100,000 when a judge approves the agreement. The Lauritas will then be making payments of $112,500 through September of 2016.

Jacqueline and Chris were accused of taking millions of dollars from the company and using it to support their lavish lifestyle, even though the business was failing.

They filed for bankruptcy in 2009 and Jacqueline and Chris were eventually charged with knowingly defrauding their creditors, and the trustees of the case hit them with a $7.8 million lawsuit.

If the judge approves the agreement, the Lauritas latest filing states they admit no wrongdoing.

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4 Replies to “Jacqueline And Chris Laurita Working Out Agreement To Settle Bankruptcy Lawsuit”

  1. These two are f.cking unbelievable the shit talking they have done with Juidices and they are doing the same shit but if you ask me worse..I am so over RHONJ I was excited with new cast at beginning of the year and now they are back peddling bringing Kathy back who never should have got the part as housewives she is boring chubby cook and then Jac’s who is just as boring and chubby stop eating all those bad deserts they are going to kill you seriously you will end up with diabetes and a heart attack!! Jac’s you hypocrite!!

  2. The settlement was for Chis’s bother not for Chris and Jac. Jac and Chris case is still pending and I don’t think Chris will get off that easy. He reportedly took the company with all the company information, lied about it and then wiped it clean.

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