Celebrities Who Lost All Their Money Were Once Rich
Christy Carlson Romano
She made and lost millions in those early years, and is sharing her story as a cautionary tale.
The rapper filed for bankruptcy in 2015 after he was ordered to pay US$5 million to a woman
In a 2022 interview with Howard Stern, 'Better Call Saul' star Bob Odenkirk revealed he nearly went bankrupt in the early 2000s.
Despite being nicknamed "Money," the boxer owes a whopping US$20 million or more to the IRS.
The King of Pop was supposedly US$400 million in debt at the time of his tragic death. He was also reportedly close to foreclosure on his famous Neverland home.
Mayweather isn't the only boxer to make the list. Heavyweight champion Mike Tyson was US$23 million in debt in 2003, which led him to declare bankruptcy.
He owed US$6 million in back taxes, which forced him to sell many of his possessions, including a prized comic book.
The former 'Baywatch' star was forced to sell her Malibu home for more than US$7 million to pay what she owed in overdue taxes to the IRS.
The actor filed for bankruptcy in 2009 as he owed money on taxes and a couple of mortgages.
The 'Un-Break My Heart' singer had to file for bankruptcy twice, in 1998 and 2010. The first time she claimed it was related to low royalties from her record label