It looks as though Real Housewives Of New York star Sonja Morgan is going to be facing a reality she most definitely isn't used to seeing in her life. It's been reported that the television star has lost her French Villa home in her highly-publicized bankruptcy case.
According to Morgan, she intended on selling her home for 7-8 million dollars but new documents show that a trustee sold the villa for much less than expected.
Earlier, Morgan insisted that she would be keeping her home and that her financial woes have been blown out of proportion.
The blonde beauty recently responded to cast mate Ramona Singer's allegations that she is not only losing her home, but that she is struggling to make ends meet after a bad business deal within the movie industry and owes millions of dollars to her investors.
"I got my big girl panties on," Sonja says while explaining that she filed for Chapter 11 and is reorganizing her assets. "I'm keeping my daughter in that house. It's her childhood home."
"No bank is in possession of my house," she added. "The show is cut for entertainment. I'm sure there are a few things Ramona said that were left out."
Morgan is facing a $7 million judgment from Hannibal Pictures, which according to the judge in their case, have the next year to enforce liens on the Real Housewives of New York star's earnings and assets. According to court documents, she failed to raise money for a new project starring John Travolta and is now being sued for damages.