Uncle Sam Takes "Real Housewife" to Task
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Sheree Whitfield is the ex-wife of former Atlanta Falcons tackle Bob Whitfield. For a while, she was also a star on reality TV show Real Housewives of Atlanta. She left the show in 2012 because of personality conflicts with fellow cast members, and because she wasn't happy with how the show portrayed her.
She's not the only one unhappy. The IRS has filed a tax lien against her in the state of Georgia for failure to pay taxes in 2009 and 2010.
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TMZ reporters obtained documents that indicated the government is putting pressure on her to quickly pay the $41,752 that's owed.
Still, that isn't her biggest financial problem. Recently, she was also ordered by a judge to pay her former divorce attorneys for services rendered, more than $119,000. Sometimes reality bites, but it pays the bills.
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