Mary J. Blige's charity faces lawsuits over unpaid bills - reports
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Mary J. Blige's charity is reportedly facing two lawsuits over unpaid bills.
The Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now was founded by Blige and a record producer.
According to multiple reports, the charity has not paid several singers who performed at a benefit concert last year. The entertainers say the checks they received bounced.
The group of singers is now suing the charity for more than $167,000.
The foundation is also being sued by a bank for defaulting on a loan.
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