Sonja Morgan's bankruptcy case has just come to a close after five long years.
Although the Real Housewives of New York City star had to fork over a whopping $9 million, she's glad to finally be putting the legal ordeal behind her.
"Its over now. Its come to an end. The $9 million-plus is all there. It was $7 million judgment but with the administration fees, it was about another $2 million," Morgan confirmed to E! News on Thursday. "It feels great. I did a great job. I paid what I had to pay and it wasn't easy, but at the same time it was an experience. It's nice to be free of everyone looking at my money. I finally have my financial privacy back."
According to Morgan, a failed venture between her production company, Sonja Productions, and Hannibal Pictures, Inc. was to blame for the long-running court battle. The two companies had made a deal years ago to make a feature film with John Travolta called Fash Flash to Bang Time, but unfortunately, the project failed to generate the funds needed to make it happen.
"I'm keeping the townhouse. I let the Colorado house go and I sold the house in France. I'm looking forward to building up my business of fine jewelry, evening wear, sportswear and swimwear," Morgan said of her future plans. "I still want to do home goods and appliances down the road."
For more Sonja Morgan, tune into The Real Housewives of New York City season seven on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo, and check out a clip of her recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live below: