The tax man has come for The Real Housewives of Atlanta!
RHOA star Kenya Moore has been hit with a $150,000 federal tax lien, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, the fired-then-rehired reality star has an outstanding debt in her home state of Georgia.
Kenya was ousted from RHOA in 2018. She had been earning a huge salary, pulling in $1.5 million for her last season on the show, but she was knocked down to a paltry $500,000 for the upcoming season.
Scroll through Radar’s gallery for exclusive details about Kenya’s tax lien.
Kenya owes the IRS a whopping $152,678.36, according to court records filed in Fulton County, GA.
The date of Kenya’s assessment was listed as November 20, 2017.
Off The Show
Kenya was fired from RHOA because she hid her secret marriage to Marc Daly.
Producers were furious that Kenya refused to film with her husband, or share any of her personal life with the show.
Kenya lost her $1.5 million per season salary when she was fired from RHOA.
The Fulton County Clerk of Court confirmed to Radar that as of May 31, the tax lien has still not been released.
According to court documents, a $240,624 federal tax lien was filed against Porsha in Georgia on March 26, 2019, but she has since paid the bill.
Kenya’s RHOA co-star NeNe Leakes was once hit with a $1 million tax lien. (She has since paid off her debts.)
Kenya's husband Marc rushed to pay off his own $150,000 tax bill before they got married, Radar previously reported.
A source warned Kenya’s future on RHOA is precarious: “Her status is up in the air until filming is over, and they see what she delivers.”
Kenya’s diva antics will not be welcomed back on RHOA, the source told Radar.
“Kenya needs to share everything this season if she wants to be back full-time,” the source explained.