Former CSI Star Gary Dourdan Is Bankrupt, Has Just $84.50 in Savings
The actor's expenses include a $135 yoga class
Former CSI star Gary Dourdan has filed for bankruptcy for the second time.
In court documents obtained by PEOPLE, Dourdan successfully filed chapter 11 on Jan. 22. The actor, 48, had just $904.35 left in his general bank account after paying his expenses (which included a $135 yoga class), and $84.50 in savings.
Dourdan pays $1,500 per month to ex Jennifer Sutton in child support payments for his daughter Nyla.
The documents state that he has missed four payments to his creditors, and that he owes $14,413.32.
When he first filed in August 2011, the actor owed $1.73 million and had just a little over $1.8 million in assets, reported TMZ at the time.
Money troubles haven’t been Dourdan’s only problem with the law; in 2008, the actor was charged with three counts of felony drug possession after an early-morning arrest in April. The heroin count was dismissed, though he later plead guilty to cocaine and ecstasy possession.
In July 2011, Dourdan crashed his car and was arrested on charges of drug possession for oxycontin. That charge was dropped, though he was later charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Later that year, in November, Dourdan was arrested for felony battery after allegedly breaking the nose of his then-girlfriend, Nicole Cannizzaro, reported TMZ. Cannizzaro sued him for damages totaling at least $25,000, though sources told the outlet that Dourdan claimed Cannizzaro kidnapped his child and went to Whole Foods – where the alleged assault took place – and took Nyla without his permission. He was placed on five years probation.
Dourdan played Warrick Brown on CSI for nine seasons and left the show in 2008. He went on to guest star in Mistresses and Being Mary Jane, among other smaller projects.