A bankruptcy filing that could spell the end of the Boy Scouts of America is “imminent,” sources told The Post.
Crippled by thousands of child sex-abuse claims in multiple states — and with more victims coming forward every day — the bankruptcy case could reach into the “billions,” said one lawyer who represents 1,800 men who allege they were molested as scouts.
The filing, expected in Delaware, could come any day or in the next couple of weeks, sources said.
“It’s going to be a mess. If it takes a long period of time, it’s an open question whether the Boy Scouts will have any resources to keep operating while the bankruptcy is pending,” said attorney Tim Kosnoff.