An Aspen grocery store has accused actor Don Johnson of leaving an unpaid bill of $5,470, according to court records.
Other Aspen businesses also are suing the “Miami Vice” and “Nash Bridges” star in Pitkin County Court for outstanding bills. A list of creditors in a bankruptcy petition include $7,345 from Aspen Valley Hospital, $1,228 from Isberian Rug Co., $1,688 from Holy Cross Energy and $2,787 from Garfield & Hecht law firm.
A spokesman for the actor could not be reached for comment.
Johnson, 54, filed for bankruptcy protection last month to secure his Woody Creek ranch and stave off a lender’s attempt to auction his home.
The lender, Los Angeles-based City National Bank, filed court papers in Pitkin County District Court in March against Johnson. That lawsuit asks a judge to auction Johnson’s home to recoup $930,000 he owes the bank, according to court papers.