Slim From 112 Breaks Silence On House Auction & Bankruptcy

Posted on March 2nd, 2015 at 9:30 am
Exclusive Slim-from-112-bankruptcy Slim 112 is breaking his silence on his finances, his health and his future. Bossip reported that 112's lead singer was auctioning off his home in Stockbridge, Georgia and had filed for bankruptcy. But the 4o-year-old, who sold more than 20 million records, has had a change of heart. "Slim is no longer considering filing chapter 13 bankruptcy to restructure his assets," his rep Domenick Nati tells RumorFix exclusively. "He is in the process of handling all his financial issues in full within a month and all of his properties are well taken care of. Slim has also come to grips with the stress condition he suffered last summer. His financials are intact but he does ask for prayers for his health." Slim and his '90s R&B group is on a reunion tour and is hoping that will help him pay off all his bills. The singer, whose real name is Marvin Scandrick III, reportedly owes $300,000 on his townhouse, $10,350 in back taxes and $2,500 a month in child support payments. His rep says Slim is prepared to make good on all his expenses. The former Bad Boy artists were one of the top male R&B groups in the late 90s and  fans remember their classic songs like "I'll Be Missing You," and "Peaches and Cream."