The IRS has filed a tax lien against Dupri’s property in Georgia. Court documents reveal that the IRS accuses the successful music producer of owing nearly $500,000, including penalties and interest, from years 2013-2018. Dupri has been advised that the IRS will begin seizing property if the outstanding tax debt is not paid.
This is not Dupri’s first experience with an IRS property seizure. In 2002, to settle a tax bill of over $1 million, the IRS seized Dupri’s mansion, part of his car collection, along with furniture and computers. In addition, a lien was filed in 2013 for a $3 million tax debt, which he paid.