Bankruptcy trustee says no to Backstreet Boy’s claims

As the Backstreet Boys begin their music tour to promote their new album for their 20th anniversary, the bankruptcy trustee serving in Lou Pearlman’s case said “No, No, Uh, uh” to their claims in bankruptcy court. After filing a proposed payment plan in the Pearlman bankruptcy, the trustee filed objections to $3.5 million in claims filed by the members of the Backstreet Boys. The trustee alleges that the claims lack support and information necessary for him to make a determination as to their validity.

For more read, “Backstreet Boys’ Bankruptcy Claims ‘Incomplete’.”

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