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Twirling In Debt! ‘RHOA’ Star Kenya Moore’s Husband Owes $100k In Back Taxes

RHOA Star Kenya Moore Husband Owes $100k In Back Taxes
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Aug. 30 2019, Updated 1:00 p.m. ET

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Twirling into debt!

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore’s husband was hit with a whopping $100,000 federal tax lien, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.

According to the New York City Department of Finance, a $111,205 federal tax lien was imposed on Marc Daly on May 23, 2019. The Department of Finance confirmed that as of Aug. 29 the lien was still outstanding.

The financial hit comes after Radar revealed that Kenya took a $1million pay cut to return to RHOA after she was fired for keeping her marriage and relationship details secret.

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Kenya had been earning $1.5 million per season, but she accepted only $500,000 to return as a “friend” in Season 12, an insider confirmed to Radar.

Kenya kept her marriage to Brooklyn restauranteur Marc secret from RHOA producers and refused to have him on camera during Season 10, so she was dumped from Bravo’s highest rated Housewives franchise.

She bragged that he was a successful restaurant owner who didn’t want to be dragged into the drama of her life, but Marc has run into the same problem that hit so many other Bravolebrities, including Joe and Teresa Giudice who went to prison for tax fraud.

Kenya gave birth to their daughter, Brooklyn Daly, on November 4, 2018, naming her after the NYC area where “and fell in love” with Marc, she said at the time.

But Kenya returned with a vengeance to RHOA, fighting with everyone on the show, including her nemesis NeNe Leakes. But the two made up during a cast trip to Toronto, an insider dished to Radar.

Kenya’s past came back to haunt her recently with the news that her ex-boyfriend was arrested.

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Matthew Jordan was arrested for aggravated assault, theft, and threatening and intimidating on July 27, 2019. He checked into rehab following the violent arrest.

In the complaint obtained from Pinal County Justice Court, Matthew allegedly “punched with a closed fist, one time to the facial area” of his girlfriend while at a Denny’s restaurant.

“Injuries observed were to the bridge of her nose, bruising, redness and swelling,” the filing read.

Kenya and Matt had a tumultuous relationship when they were together.

In a police report exclusively obtained by Radar from Sandy Springs Police Department, Kenya accused Matt of destroying her home, Moore Manor, on August 15, 2016.

Kenya accused him of damaging her glass garage door, garage door, outdoor security camera and Ranger Rover.

“Kenya advised she could not see out of some of the security cameras,” the officer wrote. “Four of the cameras had obviously been spray painted with a black substance. A ladder was still propped against the residence under two of the lower cameras that has been spray painted with obvious overspray on the side of the wall.”

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The reality star explained how she witnessed the suspect on the security cameras before the spray painting occurred. She confirmed the suspect did not enter her residence and no alarm had been triggered at the time.

“I asked Kenya about the suspect, she believed it was Matt Jordan,” the report read. “Jordan is an ex-boyfriend, they had been together for about a year and had broken up in the past week. Kenya believed the vandalism was related to the breakup.

She also told police that Matt texted her saying she’ll “regret it” if she contacts authorities regarding the damage.

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