By Kate Ward
Updated September 05, 2010 at 07:51 PM EDT

In court papers obtained by EW dated Sept. 2, lawyer Roberta A. DeAngelis accuses Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Guidice and her husband of failing to disclose a book advance when filing for bankruptcy in October. The papers claim Guidice received a $250,000 advance from Hyperion for her cookbook, Skinny Italian, and did not reveal the asset in their petition. The papers also claim the Guidices did not disclose their ownership of TG Fabulicious, the Bravo star’s online boutique.

The couple is currently facing $11 million in debt.

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