*As newlywed Stevie J. basks in the newness of his marriage to Faith Evans, the tax man is reportedly after him again for money earned on VH1 reality series “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.”
Bossip reports that the producer hasn’t paid taxes on his revenue from the show for three years, which prompted the state of Georgia to take legal action. After appearing in over 120 episodes between 2012 and 2018, he’s reportedly facing two tax liens totaling $110 507 after not paying taxes for the first three years of the show. The original sum acquired $13,251 in interest over the years.
The tax situation joins Stevie’s existing financial woes, including his recent agreement to pay
$1.3 million in restitution for 2 of his 5 children. The lawyer in the case said Stevie planned to use his income from reality television to cover the debt.
Meanwhile, his new wife, Faith Evans, recently put permanent ink to her feelings about their marriage.
The R&B singer took to Instagram with a GIF of her new tattoo – Roman numerals of their July 17, 2018 wedding date.
“Mrs. Jordan,” she captioned the GIF, followed by a red heart emoji.
The two secretly jumped the broom in Las Vegas and filed for their official marriage certificate with Clark County the same day.
The newlyweds plan on releasing their duet “A Minute” along with a music video soon, according to another Instagram post by Evans.
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