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Katt Williams

SUH-LAPPED

With $4 Million Tax Lien

12/28/2012 6:00 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF
EXCLUSIVE

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Slap-happy Katt Williams better learn to take it like he gives it -- because the IRS just walloped the comedian with an astronomical tax lien ... totaling over $4 MILLION.

Uncle Sam filed the lien against Williams, claiming the comedian failed to pay $3.2 million in taxes in 2008 ... and also bailed on another $829,352 in 2009.

It's not the first time Williams has been accused of stiffing the Feds -- back in 2010 the IRS filed another tax lien against the comedian totaling $284,000 ... mere pennies compared to the new bill.

It's the latest misfortune to befall Katt in the last few months -- he's been arrested several times, he's facing a bunch of nasty lawsuits, and his whole life is kinda going haywire.

Calls to Katt's people weren't returned.

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76.

saterra    

man that **** up what katt williams did the family like that i was is funny man i dont like katt william at all no more man he sad think about hes kidds man that **** up

630 days ago
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Miller Cerasuolo    

Kat Williams has had a tax lien filed against him in the amount of 4 million dollars. The lien includes unpaid taxes from 2008 and 2009. In essence a tax lien is the government’s legal claim against all of your property, real and personal. After a tax lien has attached, it can severely affect your ability to get credit. Furthermore, a tax lien cannot be discharged in bankruptcy, and therefore, the lien will continue after bankruptcy. As opposed to a tax levy, a tax lien does not authorize the government to take your property. However, if you do not make arrangements to settle the tax debt, it is likely the government will impose a tax levy where the IRS will seize and sell all of your property. Therefore, it is very important for Kat Williams to make arrangements with the IRS to settle the tax debt before the government would move forward with a tax levy and seize his property.

620 days ago
78.

Mr. G    

Another stupid azz blue gum bites the dust!

618 days ago
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