Despite her Oscar-caliber performances in such cinematic productions as “Don’t Let Daddy Know 4,” “Couples Seeking Teens 2,” and “Nice Girls Are Easy… to Tie and Gag!” the eminent movie actress Kacey Jordan is best known as one of the participants in the notorious 36-hour marathon party at Charlie Sheen’s house back in 2011. That lovely night, you may remember, concluded with the famed TV star being hauled off to the hospital for some R&R, after allegedly overdosing on cocaine, porn videos, and—we’re not making this up—vigorous sing-alongs to Red Hot Chili Peppers tunes. So what is Kacey Jordan doing these days? Something a bit more mundane—she’s filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Unusually, Kacey’s debt load totals only $6,000. It’s not much, but Kacey’s bankruptcy papers reveal that she has $290 in assets and $300 a month in income—the latter amount being the allowance she gets from her boyfriend, as the star of “Captive Girls' Tickling Ordeal” currently has no job.
This brings up a frequently asked question: What is the minimum debt load to qualify for Chapter 7 protection? Answer: There is none. You can file no matter how little you owe. Bankruptcy isn’t just for the champagne and limousine crowd; it’s also for those of us who earn our daily bread in “Naughty Book Worms 11.” So call Suffolk and Nassau County Chapter 7 attorney Ronald D. Weiss to explore your options.