Second Bank Sues Mary J. Blige For Defaulting on a $500,000 Loan

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How are things going financially for Mary J. Blige?  The singer who normally appears to have it all together might be having trouble paying her bills.
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 Yet another company has sued the singer for defaulting on a loan, this is the second legal action filed against her by a bank in the last three months.

Bank of America is suing the singer in New York State Supreme Court, stating that she took out the loan in 2005 and stopped paying on it in June of last year.  Blige has sold 50 million albums worldwide, so it’s hard to imagine her having any sort of financial trouble.

The first legal action was filed by Signature Bank, who claimed that the singer defaulted on a $2.2 million dollar loan from the company. Also in 2012,  The Mary J. Blige and Steve Stoute Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now, has been accused of mismanaging funds and reneging on student scholarships.

Blige just starred in the film, “Betty and Coretta,” about the wives of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.  The film received negative reviews from daughters of Martin and Malcolm, who felt that the film inaccurately portrayed their mothers.