TMZ says Duane took out a $625K home equity loan in 2008 on a waterfront property in Lake Arrowhead, Calif.
But it wasn’t a smart move ’cause they were still in debt at least $730,000 on their mortgage. It was totally irresponsible because they defaulted on both loans and suffered a foreclosure on the home, which sold at an auction for $925k.
But the couple is outraged by the lawsuit, saying the bank is preying upon them and discriminating.
According to their rep, the bank received a $400 million government subsidy in 2009 to help families like the Martins through the mortgage crisis.
In fact, Tisha and Duane believe they don’t have to pay a dime. They will be taking legal action against the bank.
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