Jacqueline Laurita is facing foreclosure on her New Jersey mansion

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Jacqueline Laurita and her family have been rumored to be having money troubles for a couple of years now. According to a new report, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is on the verge of losing her home to foreclosure further fanning those flames.

TMZ is reporting that the Hudson City Savings Bank is suing the Real Housewives of New Jersey star for not making payments on her 5,600-square-foot New Jersey mansion. The bank claims Jacqueline took out a mortgage for $1.6 million back in 2007 but in February of last year, she missed one of her $10,175 monthly payments.

Because of her failure to pay, the bank was authorized to demand that Jacqueline pay the remaining balance on the home in it’s entirety — and that’s exactly what they did. However, Jacqueline hasn’t paid the balance and now the bank is requesting that a judge grant them permission to foreclose on Jacqueline’s home. Things aren’t looking good for Jacqueline in the money department, so being able to pay the balance seems to be out of the question which makes the foreclosure a huge possibility.

On top of that, Jacqueline is currently dealing with a massive bill of $338k in unpaid taxes.

In other Jacqueline news, she and her husband Chris Laurita (as well as Joe Gorga) have just been charged with assault and terrorist threats against Johnny Karagiorgis (he has also been charged for his part in the brawl). The three are due in court this Friday for their initial hearing.

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