On February 7, 2012, a famous actor of Malibu, California, William Gary Busey, had filed for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. He had cited that he had assets of less than $50,000 and liabilities for more than $500,000.
Gary had claimed that he had snorted cocaine off with a straw of his dog, Chili, in 2008. Though such a history would have made an average citizen unemployable, Gary had still continued to make films. He had starred alongside Danny Glover and Mel Gibson in the original Lethal Weapon movie. His other famous titles include Piranha 3DD and Mansion of Blood. He was lucky enough to pull off an image of a “Vincent Price-Esq” for himself.
When Gary had filed for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, his documents did not have his original signature. Moreover, he had filed a bare-bones petition. Thus, the court had to wait for him to submit his remaining paperwork. Though this might sound like a possibility of the submission of fraudulent papers, it was not the case, as many bankruptcy lawyers do without original signatures on the majority of the related papers.
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