'RHOC' Star Alexis Bellino Slapped With $22,000 Tax Lien

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By Ryan Naumann on September 6, 2019 at 6:29 AM EDT


“Real Housewives of Orange County” star Alexis Bellino is accused of refusing to cough up $22,000 on a tax bill.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, The Internal Revenue Service has hit Bellino was a Federal Tax Lien.

The lien claims the reality star failed to pay her 2017 tax bill. The amount owed for the year is $22,180.99.

The IRS isn’t playing around with their money and warns Bellino to handle the debt quickly. If she doesn’t pay up, the government can begin the process of seizing her property and assets.

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The address listed on the lien goes back to a Lake Forest accounting firm. The firm is the same one used by Jim Bellino, Alexis’ ex-husband, for his company Jump Management.

Jim filed for divorce from Alexis back in 2018. They eventually settled the case last year.

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Per their deal, Jim pays Alexis a total of $16,000 a month. Alexis and Jim share joint physical and legal custody of their three kids. The 16k breaks down as $6,000 a month in child support ($2,000 for each kid) and $10,000 a month in spousal support.

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Jim took two multi-million dollar homes and Alexis kept her own pad. Alexis will get another lump sum of $250,000 as well as all her "handbags and purses."

Jim kept the SkyZone business they launched together during their marriage. The business has been the subject of a lawsuit Jim filed against "RHOC" stars Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador.

Bellino starred on “Real Housewives of Orange County” from season 5 till 8. She did recently reveal a new boyfriend.

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Her former co-star, Gretchen Rossi, is also facing her own financial issues.

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