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If She Was A Rich Girl … Rapper Eve Buried In Massive Tax Debt, Totaling More Than $327K

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Jan. 31 2014, Published 7:56 a.m. ET

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Grammy Award-winning rapper Eve may have some explaining to do to her wealthy fiancé, Maximillion Cooper, before they tie the knot --  because she brings into the marriage, a $327,000 debt to the IRS, after falling behind on income tax payments, RadarOnline.com has learned.

According to newly-filed documents, the former Ruff Ryders member had two separate liens filed against her in the state of New York. The first lien was filed against the 35-year-old singer, real name Eve Jeffers, last summer for unpaid taxes for three years: 2007  ($12, 971.08), 2010 ($181,875.53) and 2011 ($30,141.34) -- with a total a whopping $224,987.95!

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With Eve behind large sums, the Federal Government audited the rapper in 2012 -- and slapped her with another lien on Nov. 6, 2013. According to the documents, the lien states Eve failed to pay $102,084.30 in taxes for 2012, putting the grand total for all four years to $327,072.25.

Eve and Cooper, who has a net worth of $50 million, got engaged on Christmas Day during a trip to in Scotland.

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Other celebs who’ve gotten in hot water with the taxman in years’ past include singer Lauryn Hill, actors Wesley Snipes and Nicolas Cage, and wrestler Ric Flair.

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