The life of a reality star seems to be a glamorous one. But it appears that Real Housewives of New Jersey star Jacqueline Laurita might be facing financial trouble at the moment — and this reportedly isn't the first time she's dealt with such issues.
Jacqueline reportedly owes $85,127 to the government in unpaid taxes, according to Radar Online. A government source claims that the tax lien had been filed back in August 2013 in Bergen County, New Jersey.
As you may recall, Jac and her family faced similar worries about a year ago. In early 2013, she was reportedly hit with a $338,337 tax lien, along with home foreclosure. Luckily, the family was able to keep their home.
It has been announced just this week that the Lauritas are selling that six-bedroom mansion. They bought the home in 2001 for $1.7 million, and they are now asking for $2.85 million for it. We're hoping that should eliminate any financial woes!
Jacqueline had previously explained about last year's $338,337 lien. "The $340k was from a tax audit in 2006, in which about 1/2 of that was added interest," she said last year. "We have been disputing this because we didn’t think it was fair to pay so much interest on something we didn’t even know we owed until recently."
Are you surprised by this new report about Jac's possible financial trouble?