Azealia Banks Sued for Over $130,000 In Unpaid Credit Card Debt: Report

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Azealia Banks performs at Club Nokia on April 16, 2015 in Los Angeles.

Looks like Azealia Banks' debut album, Broke With Expensive Taste, was aptly named.

According to multiple sources, the 212 singer--whose Twitter account was suspended for a hateful, racist rant in May of last year--was sued Tuesday (June 13) in Manhattan Supreme Court for failing to pay somewhere between $130,000 to $137,000 in credit card bills to California-based City National Bank. Since 2012, she has taken out 3 separate lines of credit, including 2 credit cards, which she allegedly owes $79,000 and $8,000 on respectively, as well as owing up to $50,000 for a personal line of credit taken out in 2016. 

This suit comes as the singer took a third-degree assault plea deal and faces criminal assault charges for biting a bouncer's breast at Manhattan's Up & Club club back in 2015. 

Billboard has reached out to Banks' team for comment.