It looks as though things are going from bad to worse for reality television star Sonja Morgan. The Real Housewives of New York star is apparently trying to save her home as she is hiring personal accountants to try and refinance her New York City townhome.
Morgan, who recently sold her multi-million dollar country estate in France, is in the midst of a huge legal battle and doesn't want to lose her home, which has been her primary residence for both her and her daughter for several years now.
According to Radar Online, Morgan has requested the court to allow her to hire a personal accountant. Despite having an accountant that handles her bankruptcy estate tax returns, Morgan wants to hire a separate firm to handle her personal returns so she can refinance her home.
Morgan sold her $5.7 million dollar French Estate back in May with a net of approximately $4.5 million after closing.
The trustee in her case filed the report while stating, "The Trustee of the above-captioned bankruptcy estate, hereby reports as to the private sale of the estate's interest in certain real property known as 'La Clos' located on the Parc de l'Oumede in Ramatuelle, France."
Morgan originally listed the French estate at $8 million but had to settle for much less when it sold.
It is also unknown on whether Morgan will be returning for another season of the Real Housewives of New York.