Tamar Braxton and Vince Hebert have been dealing with a massive tax debt for a while. Vince reportedly failed to properly pay taxes for years and they are totally broke!
Despite the fact that the Tamar & Vince stars have a hit reality show, Tamar’s singing career (she was once nominated for a Grammy), and Tamar’s gig hosting The Real, they are in real danger of losing everything. That includes their Calabasas mansion because they can’t pay their $1.6 million-dollar tax debt and the IRS has placed liens on their earnings and possessions. Oops. In fact, Vince at one point owed over $3 million in back taxes to the IRS!
Dang – does he have his own parking spot at the Passaic County Courthouse? Probably – and guess what, he can use it because Juicy gets to keep his driver’s license even after taking a plea deal in his fraud case which stipulated he wasn’t legally able to drive. #Winning
Lisa said she knew Kyle was “in need of someone to talk to” about Kim.
“I am just as sick of this topic as all of you are,” shared Lisa, “but at this point, it was quite evident to me that Kim’s “best friend” had decided to fill her in on the conversation we had over lunch but conveniently left out her entire role in the conversation. One would assume that Brandi realized she’d spoken of Kim in a way that would upset her, so she lumped the whole conversation on me. Brandi needed me to be the bad guy in order to keep Kim from being mad at her, too.”
Tom 1‘s pilot Social Status, filmed this summer, is described as a comedy series about “Three recent college grads, and long time best friends” who “embark on the real world punching a time card while trying to find their dream job, make a living and spice up their social life.” It was co-produced by Peter Madrigal. And it sounds a lot like the current reality show they’re all on…
It’s the end of the baby race! (Please let it be the end. Please.) On last night’s Little Women: LA, Briana Manson faces big decisions in her questionable relationship with Matt, Terra Jole and Joe Gnoffo get news about their baby, and Todd and Christy McGinity Gibel bicker about losing weight. Elena Gant launches her fashion line for little and average sized people, despite the advice of her designer mentor. And the season ends with Traci Harrison Tsou and Tonya Banks throwing a baby shower for Terra, during which the gender of the baby is revealed and fences are mended (for now) among the ladies.
Claudia Jordan is calling out the group-therapy session on Real Housewives Of Atlanta as a disaster and the culprit: NeNe Leakes. After NeNe stormed out of therapy, Claudia thinks NeNe owes Dr. Jeff an apology for her rude behavior. Yeah she does, but that will happen right about the time NeNe gets a decent wig.
Claudia also describes NeNe as displaying a pattern of behavior which indicates her low-self esteem and hatred of women; she’s come to this diagnosis based on the fact that NeNe doesn’t like her and was mean to her, as she is all the “new girls.” Interesting perspective…
“Dr. Jeff had his hands full, and I hope he wasn’t too scarred by the horrible treatment that he received when he was only trying to do the job he was asked to do,” Claudia says. “I like how he kept everything pretty fair, and his demeanor was calming.” I think his fear-based response system took over.