The government is coming for Eva Marcille's Georgia mansion after the former Real Housewives of Atlanta star allegedly refused to pay a substantial amount of money to her homeowner's association.
The 36-year-old ex-Bravo star dropped $780,000 on her family's lavish 4,700 square-foot home on November 26, 2019, in the upscale neighborhood of Alpharetta, and she's already in the doghouse for more than $2,000.
Radar has obtained the lien filed in Fulton County, which warns Marcille she better pay up or else.
According to court records, the former RHOA star was sued by the homeowner's association in 2020 after she allegedly failed to pay her fees.
Marcille appears to have blown off the lawsuit, and now the government wants its money.
Not only do they want the $1,000 principal, which the homeowner's association claims she owes, but they also want interest.
According to the lien, they want Marcille to shell out an additional $180 in interest -- but there's more.
They also want her to pay the company's attorney's fees which is $1,066.12 and court costs of $283!
Between the unpaid homeowner's and attorney's fees, interest, and other court costs, the former RHOA star is looking at a shocking $2,629.12!
That should be nothing for Marcille since she spent a pretty penny on the mansion in question and took the mortgage out in her name only.
According to reports, the reality star purchased the home all by herself, without any help from her husband, Michael Sterling.
In June 2020, it was revealed that Marcille would not be returning to RHOA after appearing on the popular reality show for three seasons.
Marcille first appeared on the popular reality series during season 10. Her time on the show featured her marrying Sterling, welcoming their two children, her troubled relationship with her ex, and adopting her daughter.