Duane Martin and Tisha Campbell-Martin Accused of Diverting over $200K after filing Chapter 7

According to BET Centric, Tisha Campbell-Martin and husband, Duane Martin, have found themselves in quite a pickle. The Hollywood couple has been slapped with a federal lawsuit stemming from a $15 million Chapter 7 bankruptcy case they filed in January. The Martins are accused of diverting over $200K in payments for Campbell-Martin's acting work with ABC's "Dr. Ken" and other projects, in an attempt to hide funds from the case's trustee, reports theJasmineBRAND.com.

Two days after filing for bankruptcy, Campbell-Martin reportedly created a new company, Won Hundred, for the purpose of diverting payments from her work, despite already having another company called XE Visions that does the same thing.  The trustee claims Tisha was paid $47,500 gross and $39,500 after paying her agency. The actress was issued 4-5 more payments totaling $185K. The trustee is now demanding that a judge grant a permament injunction enjoining them from spending, using or transferring payments to Won Hundred and any other property or asset of XE until the case has been decided. He is also seeking damages for their actions.  When Martin and Campbell-Martin filed their Chapter 7 bankruptcy, they claimed to only have $313K in assets, with over $15 million in debt owed to creditors.

Their assets included $65K in real estate, $200 in cash on hand, several luxury vehicles and less than $200 in their bank accounts. The couple’s debt includes $3 million to Broadway Federal Bank, $9.5 million to the City of Los Angeles, over $100k in back taxes and various other million dollar debts and amounts owed to creditors.   The "Real Husbands of Hollywood" stars listed their combined monthly income as $7,655, but said that their monthly expenses total over $16K.  Martin, 50, and Campbell-Martin, 47, have been married since 1996. They have two sons.