The producer hasn't paid taxes on his revenue from the show for 3 years.
The state of Georgia is reported to be taking legal action against Stevie J. The newly-wed man is facing legal repercussions for failing to pay taxes for 3 years. The state has yet to receive their cut from the celebrity's income from his appearances on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. He has been featured in over 120 episodes of the reality television show between 2012 and 2018. Stevie J was part of the show's original cast.
Stevie is facing two tax liens totaling $110 507. The state of Georgia accuses the reality television star of failing to pay his taxes for the first three years of his appearances on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, from 2012 to 2014. The original sum acquired $13,251 in interest over the years.
The state has many options in terms of taking measures to retrieve the money owed to them. Seizure of property is one of them. The accused has yet to make any official statement about the matter. He is most likely busy trying to sustain his honeymoon phase with his new wife, Faith Evans.
Stevie J is facing other financial issues as well. He recently agreed to pay $1.3 million in restitution for 2 of his 5 children. The lawyer in the case said Stevie planned to use his income from reality television to cover the debt.