‘American Chopper’ star Paul Teutul accused of neglecting bankruptcy case: report

“American Chopper” star Paul Teutul‘s bankruptcy case is in danger.

According to court documents obtained by Page Six, the trustee presiding over Teutul’s case wants it thrown out and feels he shouldn’t receive legal protection against his creditors because he failed to supply proper documentation.

The court docs, filed April 14, claim Teutul “has failed to provide [her] with a copy of a federal income tax return or transcript for the most recent years, to 1it, 2017 and 2018” and that his current budget “indicates a negative cash flow which clearly demonstrates that [he] will not be able to make any Chapter 13 plan payments.”

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The trustee claimed that he is banking on the sale of his house to make the payments — but as Page Six reported in March, it’s still for sale.

"American Chopper" star Paul Teutul Sr., pictured here in 2015, is reportedly being accused of neglecting his bankruptcy case, according to Page Six.

"American Chopper" star Paul Teutul Sr., pictured here in 2015, is reportedly being accused of neglecting his bankruptcy case, according to Page Six. (Bobby Bank/WireImage via Getty, File)

Teutul is due in court on June 4 in the matter.

Teutul, 69, first filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in February 2018. He disclosed his finances in May of that year, claiming that he only made $16,530.81 at the time. He reported that his expenses exceeded his income at $20,129.17 a month.

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The Blast was the first to report the news.

A rep for Teutul says this is “untrue.”

This article originally appeared in Page Six