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Entertainment Former 'Blossom' star Joey Lawrence sold clothes on eBay before bankruptcy filing

01:56  10 march  2018
01:56  10 march  2018 Source:

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‘ Blossom ’ alum Joey Lawrence and his wife, Chandie Lawrence , sold clothing and accessories prior to filing for bankruptcy — get the details. Joey Lawrence and Wife Sold Clothes Before Filing for Bankruptcy .

Joey Lawrence FilmMagic. More On: bankruptcy . Joey Lawrence and his wife’s finances became so dire last year that they started selling clothes and other accessories on eBay and at Buffalo Exchange, according to The Blast.

Joey Lawrence wearing a black shirt: Joey Lawrence attends the premiere of © SilverHub/REX/Shutterstock Joey Lawrence attends the premiere of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" in Los Angeles on May 18, 2017. Former "Blossom" heartthrob Joey Lawrence and his wife were in such dire straits financially last year that they began selling their clothes and personal belongings on eBay.

The Blast reported that the actor and his wife, Chandie Lawrence, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in July 2017. Court documents show that they are $18,000 in the red every month.

As listed in the filing, Joey said they had about $43,907.32 in assets. His liabilities are far greater, totaling $355,517.27. Joey said his debts include $88,000 in back taxes, $132,000 in credit card bills, $32,000 for an unpaid loan, nearly $100,000 owed for automobiles and $54,000 in unpaid rent.

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Joey Lawrence has filed for bankruptcy after what looks like a difficult year financially. Chandie is unemployed. It is reported that the couple sold clothes , accessories and furniture on eBay and Buffalo Exchange ahead of the bankruptcy filing .

Then: Joey Lawrence played Joey Russo, Blossom 's sort of dumb brother -- he was a jock, a ladies' man, and regularly delivers his exaggerated catchphrase, "Whoa!" Now: Lawrence currently stars on the ABC Family sitcom 'Melissa and Joey ' with fellow former '90s family sitcom star Melissa Joan Hart.

Joey claims he only has $60 in cash and $8,000 in the bank, The Blast reports.

Joey Lawrence wearing a red shirt: Joey Lawrence on © NBC-TV/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock Joey Lawrence on "Blossom." In his court filing, Joey lists "actor" as his profession, but he adds that he doesn't expect to get an acting job in the future. He listed his average monthly income at $4,166, whereas his wife is unemployed.

It seems that the struggling actor and his wife tried to make a quick buck before filing for bankruptcy -- court documents show that they sold purses and wallets on eBay for $463. They are also sold clothing to a used clothing store, and they hawked furniture at a consignment shop for $1,836.70.

Joey says his three cars are also being repossessed.

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