According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the State of Georgia and Fulton County have filed a lien against the reality star.
The lien accuses Moore of failing to pay taxes on her Atlanta property in the amount of $278.11. The State of Georgia slapped the lien against Moore’s home, which means they will collect if the property is sold.
The lien remains active and has yet to be paid off.
As The Blast first reported, Moore previously had tax issues with the IRS. She paid off a $152,678 federal tax lien last year.
The financial trouble comes amid Moore’s epic fight with NeNe Leakes on this week’s episode of “RHOA.” It all started as the ladies were preparing for their girls’ trip to Greece. Before the departure, Moore announced to the press she was splitting from her husband Marc Daly. The two had been having martial issues for months and she finally decided to end it. =
On the trip, NeNe tried to make amends with Kenya but didn’t feel the energy being returned. Things quickly went south between the ladies. The two ended up having to be held apart while they went at it at a group dinner.
After the episode aired NeNe took to social media speaking highly of costar Porsha Williams. Nene posted a photo with Porsha captioned, “Big sis, Lil sis is back! The past is the past! I don’t care about yesterday! We are sisters today #byereceipts @porsha4real.”
Porsha posted her on photo of the two writing, “What door ?? Big sis /lil sis through the ups and downs because real recognize real. It’s all love & forgiveness❤️”
Kenya Moore’s husband, Marc Daly, recently had his New York restaurant SoCo undergo a routine health inspection.
The New York City Health Department found several violations including being cited for not being adequately vermin-proof and evidence of mice in the kitchen. The official “sanitary violations” included “Wiping cloths soiled or not stored in sanitizing solution” and “Evidence of mice or live mice present in facility’s food and/or non-food areas.”
The officials found, “Cold food item held above 41º F (smoked fish and reduced oxygen packaged foods above 38 ºF) except during necessary preparation.”
Further, the officials found “Live roaches present in facility’s food and/or non-food areas” And “Food not protected from potential source of contamination during storage, preparation, transportation, display or service.”
The New York City Health Department gave SoCo an “A” grade rating despite the 28 violations points.