Michael Weist, the CEO of Good Times Entertainment, just can’t escape TanaCon.
In a press release today, Weist says that he filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on October 17th, noting that Good Times Entertainment will be dissolved within the next 60 days. His lawyer, Stephen Lefkovitz, tells The Verge that Weist filed for bankruptcy independently through Tennessee’s bankruptcy courts. A bankruptcy trustee has been appointed to Weist’s case, according to Lefkovitz.
This isn’t the first time that Weist has said he’s facing bankruptcy problems in light of TanaCon, a disastrous festival set up by YouTube creator Tana Mongeau scheduled to run opposite VidCon in Anaheim, California, this past summer. Despite those claims, however, Lefkovitz…
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Author: Julia Alexander
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