Jack Russell files for bankruptcy and it’s not the first time
Great White‘s former frontman Jack Russell has reportedly filed for bankruptcy with his wife Heather Russell on June 14, 2016. This is not the first time that this has happened as reported by Metal Sludge today, excerpts of which state:
“According to documents filed in the United States Bankruptcy Court in the Central District of California Jack Russell, the classic voice of Great White has filed for Chapter 13.
The 62 page public bankruptcy document notes the filing took place on June 14th 2016.
Russell, 55, is best known as the singer for a band (Great White) that he is no longer a member of.
This is not Russell’s first time filing for bankruptcy, but this time he is co-filing with his wife Heather Russell.
In August 2002 Russell filed for personal bankruptcy just months previous to “The Station Nightclub” fire that took place on February 20th 2003.
A book about that tragic concert titled; “Killer Show: The Station Nightclub Fire, America’s Deadliest Rock Concert” published that Russell had less than $20,000.00 in assets and more than $200,000.00 in debt when he filed the personal bankruptcy in 2002.
The details in the book note Russell owed money to the IRS, to a finance company, a credit card company and even owed $160.00 to a dentist….
His full name appears on the current bankruptcy documents as Jack Patrick Russell, and his wife is listed as Heather Ann Russell.”
You can read the full article at Metal Sludge.