INDIANAPOLIS– (Indy Politics) A default judgment of more than $8,000 was entered this week against 7th District Republican Congressional candidate Gabriel Whitley.
Whitley was sued in November of last year, for failure to make payments on a vehicle he had purchased.
According to court records, Whitley owed more than $8,000 on the vehicle when he failed to make payments.
A default judgment is issued in a civil case when the defendant fails to respond to the lawsuit in a timely manner.
This is not the first time Whitley has had legal issues.
He was also sued by Liberty Fund Credit Union regarding delinquent credit card payments.
A default judgment was entered against him in Vanderburgh Circuit Court for failing to make credit card payments as well.
Whitley’s campaign website describes him as a political consultant.
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