“American Chopper” star Paul Teutul‘s chapter case is in peril.
Based on court docket paperwork obtained by Web page Six, the trustee presiding over Teutul’s case desires it thrown out and feels he shouldn’t obtain authorized safety in opposition to his collectors as a result of he failed to provide correct documentation.
The court docket docs, filed April 14, declare Teutul “has failed to supply [her] with a replica of a federal revenue tax return or transcript for the latest years, to 1it, 2017 and 2018” and that his present funds “signifies a unfavourable money circulation which clearly demonstrates that [he] won’t be able to make any Chapter 13 plan funds.”
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The trustee claimed that he’s banking on the sale of his home to make the funds — however as Web page Six reported in March, it’s nonetheless on the market.
Teutul is due in court docket on June four within the matter.
Teutul, 69, first filed for Chapter 13 chapter in February 2018. He disclosed his funds in Might of that 12 months, claiming that he solely made $16,530.81 on the time. He reported that his bills exceeded his revenue at $20,129.17 a month.
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The Blast was the first to report the information.
A rep for Teutul says that is “unfaithful.”
This text initially appeared in Web page Six.