Azealia Banks in 2016

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

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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.