Metro Councilman Jonathan refused to show up for a court date after being served and says he’s “not paying” the judgment ordered by the Judge. He’s left a small business owner out over $7,000 for his campaign signs from the last election, despite repeated promises to make it right.
Julie Chrisley finds herself back in a Nashville courtroom this month, fighting yet another financial judgment against her. In June we reported on the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office serving a judge’s order to enter the Nashville home of Julie Chrisley (of Chrisley Knows Best fame) and seize her clothing, jewelry, and other personal property, to satisfy a $20,802.87 judgment that the reality TV star had not paid. The new judgment is more than 7x that amount.
Facing massive debt, and the 3rd eviction lawsuit in less than a year, Bellevue gastropub ‘Publicity’ will finally be closing it’s doors after brunch on Sunday. Perhaps Bellevue just wasn’t ready for $11 fried pimento cheese, a $15 burger, or a sausage biscuit with a sunny-side up egg for $14.
A tip to EastNashville.news led us to discover another debt that was perhaps leading to the admitted ‘dire financial circumstance” that Frank Trew referenced in divorce proceedings in the weeks preceding his suicide on 08/15. In addition to spending a $150,000 settlement in 3 years as a couple, and Frank nearly maxing out a half-dozen credit cards on an affair, the extent of which is still not known, Frank Trew was also dealing with a nearly $90,000 debt that he had been paying on for a few years now. Before…