Chris Brown’s $1.76 Million Popeyes Debt Could Result In Home Loss

In September of last year, Chris Brown was hit with a $2 million lawsuit from Popeyes, a popular fast-food chicken establishment that has become a staple in the industry. According to documents from City National Bank, Brown had invested in two locations, but he has not held up his end of the deal. The amount owed is a staggering $22,140,901.74 in unpaid principal and interest. The lawsuit was filed in California, but even six months later, Brown has not fulfilled the request.

The Neighborhood Talk and Hollywood Unlocked have reported that Brown has precisely 30 days to pay back the outstanding debt. However, if he fails to do so, he risks losing some of his prized possessions, including his home, wages, and money. These assets could help pay back the balance, but the court could seize them without notifying Brown. According to BNN, the new amount is $1,760,654.11. This latest update serves as a warning to Brown that he must take immediate action to fulfil his obligations and avoid losing his valuable possessions. Failure to do so could result in severe consequences.

The filing reads,

“This court may order that a writ of execution or other enforcement may issue. Your wages, money, and property could be taken without further warning from the court,”

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