Gizelle Bryant's ex-husband Jamal Bryant may have made a name for himself with his words and as the leader of a major megachurch, but there is one thing the Pastor is not good at doing: paying his taxes.
RadarOnline.com has uncovered a shocking secret: the IRS and the State of Maryland have slammed Pastor Bryant with $440,982 in tax liens!
The first time Bryant reportedly had problems paying his taxes dates back to 2009.
On Aug. 8 of that year, the State of Maryland filed a lien against him for $16,393, but that number was released on Oct. 16 of the same year.
He was again slammed by the state on Nov. 15, 2010 for $3,139 and again on July 12, 2011 for $17,090 (The 2011 amount was released on March 16, 2012).
But Bryant's tax issues didn't end with the state.
In 2012, the IRS got involved, filing a lien against Bryant on Oct. 2 for $283,482.
The IRS filed another one for $55,440 on Feb. 25, 2013, a third one on April 1, 2014 for $52,423, and a fourth for $13,015 on Nov. 17, 2014 (which was released on July 20, 2015).
While five of the Bryant's tax liens haven't been released yet, a rep for the Pastor told Radar that "those issues are being rectified and nothing is outstanding."
As Radar previously reported, Bryant split from his wife Gizelle — who is currently starring on the new Bravo series Real Housewives of Potomac — after she found out he had been carrying on an affair.
"Actually the young lady told me," Gizelle admitted to OKMagazine.com. "She called me and told me. That was a lovely day."
"It was extremely isolating and lonely because I really felt like I didn't have anyone to talk to because there was such a spotlight on he and I in Baltimore," she added. "I really had to lean on my true friends and family to get me through it."
But now, the two exes are trying to co-parent together.
"There are always little rough days here and there, but he and I are really good friends," she said. "And we've always been good friends, so we're really at a good place."