(AllHipHop News) In addition to facing legal challenges, Juelz Santana is facing some financial problems too.
According to reports, the rapper's $500,000 home is in danger of being foreclosed upon.
Wells Fargo Bank is taking Juelz Santana to court, maintaining he has not paid the mortgage on his New Jersey condominium.
The rap star has owned the condo since 2005, when he signed a 30-year mortgage with a payment of just over $3,000 per month.
But it seems Juelz' legal issues, and his inability to travel for shows is complicating his professional life.
Last month, a judge refused to grant Juelz permission to travel and perform, after he fled Newark Liberty Airport with a loaded gun and drugs.
If the rapper is convicted of the charges, he faces up to 20 years in prison.