The Offspring’s Dexter Holland sued for private jet debt

May 26, 2014 by Brian Kraus

The Offspring’s Dexter Holland sued for private jet debt

According to a lawsuit obtained by TMZ, the Offspring frontman Dexter Holland owes the Cessna Aircraft Company about $782,000 for failing to make private jet payments. The company are seeking to repossess two planes from him, since Holland failed to pay them back for a third he attempted to purchase.

TMZ broke it down: "Holland's fly guy issues date back to 2007 when according to the docs he financed a plane, but eventually had trouble making the payments. Cessna claims it struck a deal with Holland: He sold the aircraft privately, gave those funds to Cessna and they gave him until 2017 to pay off the remaining balance. He also had to put up two other planes he owns as collateral. But Cessna says he hasn't made a payment in about a year so now they're suing for those other planes or the $782K."

The Offspring's Smash turned 20 this year; AP called upon musicians for a reflection piece and the band will be performing the album in its entirety on tour this summer with Bad Religion and Pennywise.

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