T.I. is back in the crosshairs of the IRS after he threw in the towel on an attempt to stop the government from seizing his assets to satisfy a massive tax lien.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, T.I. had been in a years long battle with the IRS after they hit him with three liens totaling $6,211,424.76 in unpaid taxes and informed the rapper they would begin seizing his assets, including his home, to pay off the debt.
Both T.I. and Tiny filed documents to have the decision by the IRS reviewed, but the court dismissed their motions because the deadline to file had passed. That dismissal was appealed by both, blaming the delivery service as the reason for the late filing.
Now, both T.I. and Tiny filed documents to dismiss the appeal completely, and noted that their attorney had already discussed the move with the legal counsel for the IRS.
The case was closed, but the tax liens are still active. However, T.I.'s decision to back off hopefully means an agreement between the star and the feds was made to rectify the entire situation.