Reality TV Stars Who Went Broke
Bankruptcy for T.O.? Say it ain't so! In May, Terrell Owens appeared on "
Dr. Phil" and tearfully talked about his financial difficulties, including a bankruptcy case and potential legal action against him for not paying child support. He has previously said that financial advisers tricked him into making risky investments. And he purchased several properties before the housing market crashed and has been unable to sell them. As for the child support, he reportedly must shell out $44,600 a month for his four children, ages 5 to 12. "Anyone who knows me, they know I don't live that extravagant life," the star of "
The T.O. Show" said to Dr. Phil about the drama. "Do I have nice things? Yes, but you're not going to see me popping bottles in the club."