Chris Brown is at risk of losing his California mansion if he does not move to resolve a $4 million tax debt.
Earlier this week, tax documents obtained by Distractify hit the internet, showing Brown’s latest legal woes. In 2022, the IRS filed two tax liens against the “Take You Down” singer, one totaling $2,245,561.50 and the other being $1,059,967.78. To make matters worse, the state of California claims he owes $739,067.48 in taxes. These hefty sums bring his total bill to $4,044,596.76.
The state and the federal government are threatening to seize the Tarzana, California estate, which he purchased in 2014 for $4.35 million. The 8,300 square feet home sports six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a state-of-the-art alarm system, and many other luxury amenities. Multiple businesses owned by the singer are also in danger of being taken.
Brown does not appear strapped for cash, flaunting jewelry, designer fashions, and the many other lavishes that most celebrities enjoy. However, the latest news of his unpaid taxes is not the first time Brown’s finances have come into question. In 2017, his ex-manager Michael Guirguis claimed the superstar was “on the brink of bankruptcy.”
The 33-year-old will likely handle the bill behind closed doors as he prepares for the European leg of his successful Under The Influence Tour after a successful 2022 that saw the release of his 10th studio album, “Breezy.” Brown will kick off his overseas run in Dublin on February 11th.