The long-running civil action against Vista Network has been put on hold due to Phillip Piccolo’s Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing.
Felix Angelo Piccolo (right), whose full name is Felix Angelo Piccolo Phillip Angelo, is involved in a lawsuit against Vista Network that was filed in 2019 and in which he is both a plaintiff and a counterclaim defendant.
On September 12th, Piccolo submitted a petition for protection under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code. He claims he is currently unemployed and financially strapped.
According to Piccolo, he owes anything from $30,000 to $50,000 “plus open lawsuits.” There is a million dollar figure attached to Piccolo’s list of debts.
Some of the reasons Piccolo has so much debt are the “lawsuits, attorney debts, and judgements” listed against him.
Piccolo, who now shares a home with his son in Florida, says he has just approximately $500 worth of “daily clothes” to call his own.
Piccolo’s large assets “have been previously taken by judgment,” it is said.
On September 15th, Piccolo formally notified the court of his bankruptcy filing.
The court issued a stay of proceedings on September 16 due to the automatic bankruptcy filing.
Within sixty days after the date of this order, the parties are ordered to provide the court with a written status report on the bankruptcy case.
The date of December 9th, 2022 has been set for the case management hearing.