Tamar Braxton Husband Vince Herbert in Legal Trouble; Owes Over $3 Million to IRS in Taxes?
on Jan 30, 2014 11:41 AM EST
Tamar Braxton has always been vocal about her relationship with husband Vincent Herbert, but it seems he may be in a little legal trouble, as he was recently hit with a federal tax lien for more than $3 million.
According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, the IRS has demanded that Herbert pay up $3,325,107.70.
Back in 2010, Herbert reportedly failed to pay $66,315.30 to the IRS. The following year, he skipped out on paying $2,267,845.97. Last year, he had an unpaid balance of $990,946.43.
In 2011, Tamar stressed the importance of paying your taxes to Black Enterprise magazine.
"Pay your taxes, number one," she said that year. "It's the truth. I've never wanted that issue. I don't understand when people say, 'I owe $100,000 in taxes.' Or, 'I owe $8 million in back taxes.' What? How that work?! Pay your taxes and keep the IRS off your behind!"
Though Braxton's Love & War lost in all three Grammt categories it was nominated in-- Best urban contemporary album, Best R&B song and R&B performance--Herbert said he had faith in his wife all along.
"I knew when she got the album together, she'd be great," Herbert said, who also manages Lady Gaga.
While on the red carpet for the ASCAP Grammy Nominees Brunch, the couple's close friend, LaShawn Daniels revealed about what it's like being around the reality TV couple when they are home with their baby, Logan.
"It's crazy. To watch them both interact with the child and it's just unbelievable because we knew this is how it was going to be in the beginning," he said. "Tamar would say 'we ain't gonna have no kids' Vince would say 'naw we ain't havin' no kids.' I was like 'you wait,'" Daniels explained.
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