Formal En Vogue's Member Maxine Jones Set To Lose Home To Foreclose
|Formal En Vogue's Member |
Maxine Jones Set To Lose Home To Foreclose
They claim that she owes a total of $208,025.13, and that amount continues to grow with interest.
Her debts include $212,000 on her Virginia home, a $32,000 judgement against her won by a private school, $2,000 in unpaid taxes to the state of Virginia, $800 in unpaid telephone bills, $17,000 in unpaid attorney's bills, over $1,000 in medical bills, $22,000 in unpaid taxes owed to the state of California, $440 to T-Mobile, and $539 to Victoria’s Secret.
|Terry Ellis and Cindy Heron|
The decision to move forward with the foreclosure came on January 13, three days before Jones’ birthday (January 16).
Jones, who is best known as a founding member of En Vogue, left the group in 2011.
She was later sued by her former bandmates Terry Ellis and Cindy Heron, and stripped of using the group’s name for business.