Former 'RHOC' Star Lizzie Rovsek & Ex-Husband Christian Finally Pay Off $100K Tax Lien
Lizzie Rovsek and her ex-husband, Christian Rovsek, have finally paid off their more than $100,000 federal tax lien, RadarOnline.com can reveal.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, the Real Housewives of Orange County alumni are officially off the hook after being accused of owing a staggering amount of money to Uncle Sam.
Back in the summer of 2018, Lizzie and Christian were hit with the lien, letting them know that if they didn't pay up, their property could be seized.
The Internal Revenue Service accused the 41-year-old former Housewife of failing to pay taxes for the years of 2013 and 2016, saying she owed $13,990 for the former and $20,527.30 for the latter, for a total of $34,517.85.
She and her then-husband were also still on the hook for unpaid taxes from 2014 in the amount of $74,288.29.
In total, the exes owed the United States government a little more than $108,000.
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What's interesting is that 2014 is the year RHOC Season 9 premiered. It was Lizzie's first as a full-time cast member.
She appeared as a "friend of" the following year for Season 10, and by Season 11, she had left the show entirely.
In December of 2017, Lizzie filed for divorce from Christian, who she had been married to for eight years.
Together, they had two sons: Preston and Kingston, who are now preteens.
After their split, the former reality stars committed themselves to coparenting their children as healthily as possible. In fact, Lizzie revealed early last year that she and Christian were on amicable terms and even lives in houses very close to one another.
"He lives 3 minutes down the road, I can walk there," she said in February, calling their relationship "very friendly."
Months later, she opened up about sharing custody of the their boys during their separate self-quarantines.
"Thought I would miss the kids more when they left with their dad…turns out I'm definitely all good," she tweeted in April at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, going on to add the hashtag, "#quarantinerelief."