Wayne Newton in Debt?
Wayne Newton has been known as "Mr. Las Vegas" for decades. Now the entertainer is reportedly having financial troubles that could threaten his extravagant Las Vegas mansion. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
From the monogrammed marble entryway to the lavish living area, Wayne Newton's Las Vegas estate always leaves visitors in awe.
But now moving trucks are lining up to take away the music legend's treasures. Newton, who recently appeared on Dancing with the Stars, was ordered to pay his former pilot around $500,000 in back wages and interest.
So far the so-called "King of Las Vegas" hasn't paid a dime, according to reports. But when the movers showed up to seize his belongings to pay the debt, Newton's security turned them away.
This isn't the first time Newton has had money problems. He declared chapter 11 bankruptcy in 1992. Newton has no comment about his current financial drama.
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