(EXCLUSIVE) En Vogue singer Maxine Jones Soon to Be Homeless, Bankruptcy Judge Green Lights Foreclosure Sale


Maxine Jones – one of the original members of En Vogue – will soon be homeless, with a federal court judge giving the green light to the bank who owns her home to begin foreclosure proceedings after the singer stopped making mortgage payments — theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports.

Jones filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on December 18th in a Virginia federal court. The singer explains that she has $298,900 in debt and only $172k in assets.

Her debts include $212k on her Virginia home, 32k in a judgement against her won by a private school, 2k in Virgina State taxes, $800 in unpaid telephone bills, 17k owed to her attorney, over $1k in medical bills, $22k in California State taxes, $440 to T-Mobile, $539 to Victoria’s Secret and many other amounts owed to creditors.