Maxine Jones, American music artist and member of the R&B quartet “En Vogue,” is being threatened by foreclosure after defaulting on her monthly mortgage, The St. Louis American reported on February 4.
Reports said Jones, 53, failed to pay her mortgage on her Virginia house October and November of last year. Though the singer filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy on December 18, her home was not spared after a federal judge recently approved the bank to start the foreclosure process. Jones reportedly filed for bankruptcy after her debts reached almost $300,000. Jones remained with the R&B quartet until 2012.
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