ACE FREHLEY To Fight Yorktown Home Foreclosure In June
The Journal News' Ernie Garcia reports:
rocker ACE FREHLEY
has paid overdue property taxes on his Yorktown home but continues to fight a foreclosure action.
The guitarist faces a June 11th foreclosure conference at
Westchester County Court in White Plains regarding his home at 1347
Spring Valley Road. If he or his attorney can’t attend, the court must
be informed a week beforehand, according to the May 8th notice.
In February, U.S. Bank National Association claimed in a foreclosure
filing that the rock star, whose real name is Paul Frehley, stopped
paying his $735,000 mortgage on March 1st, 2011. US Bank National
Association is a trustee that manages the asset-backed securities tied
to Frehley’s home mortgage.
Frehley’s White Plains attorney, Daniel Seymour, declined to discuss
his client’s case Thursday but said that he’s in an active discussion
with the bank.
“Paul is doing well,” said Seymour, adding a message for Frehley’s
fans: “Keep the faith and there are more good things to come.”
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