“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Williams coughed up $28,000 to settle a tax bill.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, The Georgia Department of Revenue is releasing the tax lien filed against Williams.
The release means the reality star finally paid the outstanding bill over state taxes.
The lien was originally filed back on April 29 in Gwinnett County, Georgia. The Department of Revenue accused Williams of owing a total of $27,846.34 for the year 2017.
Williams’ original tax bill for the year was only $19,935, but it grew with interest and penalties. They warned the “RHOA” star at the time if she didn’t pay up, they would begin the process of seizing her property and assets.
The reality star is on quite the roll paying off back taxes. Earlier this year, the IRS hit Williams with a federal tax lien.
The lien claimed she owed $240,624.10 for the years 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2017.
Williams quickly dealt with the bill and paid off the debt within months.
The “RHOA” star is not the only reality star dealing with the Georgia Department of Revenue. “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star K. Michelle was hit with a state lien over an alleged $16,029.70 owed.
Williams' co-star, Kenya Moore, also paid off $150,000 owed in back taxes.
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 lien is active and has yet to be officially paid off by Michelle.