Faith Evans is the latest celebrity added to the growing list of people with tax problems.
The former first lady of Bad Boy Records is facing a total of $360,000 in back taxes owed to the government.
The money owed stems from liens filed against Evans in Los Angeles, New York and New Jersey.
According to The Detroit Press and public records, the IRS filed a $36,360 lien against Faith March 4 in New York.
Before that the IRS filed a $119,821 lien against her on Feb. 16 with the Los Angeles County Recorder of Deeds for her home.
There is also a previous infraction for $204,000 filed against her by the state of New Jersey on Oct. 30, 2008.
As previously reported, Faith was also named in a million dollar lawsuit for breach of contract earlier this year.
Kaushi Entertainment LLC and Dro-Entertainment Inc. filed the lawsuit against Faith and the estate of the late Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace for not providing footage as promised of the rap legend.
The two companies were set to make a documentary on Biggie but claim the breach of contract put their plans on hold.
That case is still pending.
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