mansion fit for a real housewife! debt-riddled jacqueline laurita puts her six-bedroom new jersey home back on the market for $2.3million under threats of foreclosure
The Real Housewife of New Jersey star Jacqueline Laurita sold her mansion for $2. 3 million she faces a foreclosure threat. 47-year-old Jacqueline and her husband Chris first tried to sell the house for $2 in 2014. 85 million, tell the audience that they have been having financial problems because of their son\'s expensive autism treatment. They don\'t mention long. Filed a lawsuit against Chris\'s commercial bankruptcy, the couple accused of using the company\'s funds for personal life to fund a luxurious lifestyle. Jacqueline is the original cast of RHONJ, but will not return to the Bravo show in the upcoming eighth season, the network claims that she no longer has a real connection with the two actors of the season. The reality show star is not part of the show\'s sixth season, but comes back in season 7 in a dispute with Francette Teresa Giudice, who is still in a New Jersey building. Jackie and Chris bought the custom one first. A house built in 2001 for $1. 72million. There are six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms at home. On 2015, lenders launched foreclosure rights against the couple, saying they had not paid $10,846 a month since 2014. On 2016, the foreclosure was rejected, which was fully restored with Jacqueline. Time star in the show. On July, the bank filed a foreclosure lawsuit against the couple, who re-registered the House this week. The home of Franklin Lake is located in 1. 75 acres, described as \"newly renovated \". \' The two- The story house has a lot of features on Real Housewives, but it doesn\'t seem to help with its sales. The front door is open to both. Entrance hall and library. Large rooms have custom made models, fireplaces and bar. Custom closets in all six bedrooms and the master bedroom has 2 walk-in wardrobes In the closet and Jacuzzi. Wine fridge in the kitchen for a walk- In the pantry and dining area attached. The finished basement includes a playroom and wine cellar, as well as a full bathroom and office. The 5,700-square- The Foot building also features limestone walkways, large decks, security cameras with night vision, and cable speakers throughout the house.