Azealia Banks Served With Lawsuit Over $137K Credit Card Debt
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Court filings unravel that the '212' rapper was picking up a parcel delivery outside her New York apartment building on April 5 when she was officially handed the court papers.

AceShowbiz - Rapper and singer Azealia Banks has finally been served with lawsuit documents over her credit card debt.

The "212" hitmaker was officially handed the papers by a New York City process server outside her New York apartment building on 5 April, according to court filings obtained by The Blast. The documents suggest she was picking up a parcel delivery and gave her name to the driver, allowing the server to swoop in.

It took City National Bank officials over a year and a half to serve Banks after they alleged she had failed to pay off $137,000 (£106,000) in credit card debt. The bank bosses accused the singer of opening up two credit card accounts with them and then ceasing payments on the debt in 2016.

The bank officials even had to ask lawmakers for an extension to give them time to locate the rap star.

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