The husband of superstar Jennifer Lopez may owe millions of dollars in unpaid taxes, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
DOCUMENTS: See Marc Anthony's Tax Lien
New York authorities filed a demand for $1.8 million in back taxes against Marc Anthony on March 29, 2010 in Nassau County, Long Island. Just three months earlier, a federal tax lien for $1.6 million was placed on the same property owned by the I Need To Know singer.
It's unclear if Anthony has settled the debt and requests for comment from his lawyer and manager were not returned.
Facing debt in excess of $3.4 million, it's the latest tax trouble for the mult-millionaire musician, 41, who married J.Lo in 2004.
In 2007, he was ordered to pay $2.5 million in back taxes, after ignoring the tax man for four years.
Anthony claimed it was the fault of his business management company and ultimately paid the fine, however, his financial team plead guilty to a series of tax felonies.
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The two singers have twins, Max and Emma.
J.Lo was tapped this year to be the newest American Idol Judge.