“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star K. Michelle has been slapped with a tax lien for refusing to cough up $16,000.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, The Georgia Department of Revenue has hit the reality star with a state tax lien.
The lien filed against K. Michelle (real name: Kimberly Michelle Pate) accuses her of owing a total of $16,029.70 for the year 2017.
The original balance owed on the tax bill was $11,260. However, the debt grew with interest ($878), penalties ($1,589.39), collection fees ($2,252) and other costs ($50) over the years.
The Georgia Department of Revenue is warning the reality star if the bill isn’t paid in full quickly, they could begin the process of seizing her property and assets to collect on their money.
The lien is active and has yet to be officially paid off by Michelle.
K. Michelle had a relativity quiet 2017, with her now-cancelled VH1 reality show “K. Michelle: My Life” having wrapped up it’s third season in February.
The singer is most known for her years on “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” and “Love & Hip Hop: New York”. She then joined the cast of the Hollywood spin-off in 2018.
She also had a small role in the BET television series “American Soul” which told “the inside story of Don Cornelius's "Soul Train”.
The reality star did release her fourth studio album ‘Kimberly: The People I Used to Know’ in December 2017. She also completed a headline tour named the Hello Kimberly Tour in 2016.
Michelle is set to release a new album ‘ALL MONSTERS ARE HUMAN” in the near future.