Comic Tracy Morgan’s Family Says He’s Denying Pleas for Financial Help

As his mom faces foreclosure on her house, she and younger sister Asia blast Tracy as heartless

   

To the extent money can be a great source of family conflict, members of comic Tracy Morgan’s family appear to be living the dream.

Morgan’s mother, Alicia Warden, says she faces foreclosure on her home, which has a mortgage balance of less than $25,000. Tracy’s younger sister, Asia, adds that her mom, who lost her job in February 2011, is struggling with diabetes.

And “30 Rock” star Tracy, who is worth about $18 million, according to Forbes, has so far offered assistance in the form of a “one-shot deal” of $2,000, according to Warden. In recent comments to the Daily News Gatecrasher gossip column, Asia declares that her 43-year-old brother has “never been a nice person” and that money has “just made it worse.”

Morgan hadn’t yet responded to requests for comment by the News’ publication deadline, Gatecrasher reported. “30 Rock” is a production of NBC, whose NBCUniversal parent is owned by Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) and General Electric (NYSE:GE).


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