Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss is being accused of refusing to pay up on a tax bill for her restaurant Old Lady Gang.
The government says Kandi has refused to pay up on the $15,812.52 owed for her 2020 bill. The bill remains active and has yet to be paid off by the power couple.
The lien was filed against their property on June 3, 2021. The IRS warns if the bill is not paid in full, they will begin the process of seizing Kandi's property and assets.
The Bravo star has been going through it the past couple of months. Her restaurants Old Lady Gang and Blaze have been causing her a world of problems.
As Radar first reported, back in May, Kandi was forced to temporarily shut down Blaze after it failed a health inspection. The Georgia Department of Public Health filed a report accusing the staff of mishandling raw food in the kitchen.
“Food handler touched raw oysters and raw salmon and then proceeded to handle ready to eat leafy greens with the same gloves on improperly. Moving from raw food to ready-to-eat foods is a source of cross-contamination," the inspector wrote in the May report.
The inspector also found the chemicals were being improperly labeled and the food was being stored at the wrong temperature. Blaze received a score of 55 from the inspector and had to close to make the necessary changes.
However, a couple of days later, Kandi reopened the restaurant and people were still lining up to eat. An official with the state came out to inspect the spot again a couple of days later and things didn't go well.
Following the second inspection, Blaze received a score of 77 and a C rating. The staff reportedly still had issues storing the food at the proper temperature.
Kandi has yet to publicly address the issues her businesses are having at the moment.