According to a new report, the Real Housewives of Potomac cast member, who is reportedly in the midst of filming the series’ fifth season with a new cast member, owes the IRS nearly $90,000 after failing to pay taxes from 2015 to 2017.
On October 22, Bossip revealed that Robyn was hit last week with a lien in the amount of $86,465 for back taxes. As the outlet explained, the IRS filed their court documents against the reality star last week. They accused Robyn of owing $4,057 for 2015, $34,030 for 2016, and $48,377 for 2017.
The Monsters & Critics site also pulled up the records that confirm the back taxes Robin owes. A screenshot taken by Reality Blurb is below.
Robyn has been featured on RHOP in a full-time role since the series began airing in January 2016.
As RHOP fans will recall, Robyn opened up about her money problems during a previous season of the show, revealing that she and her ex-husband, Juan Dixon, were once targeted by a con-artist. Robyn also has a bankruptcy on her record. This bankruptcy was filed in 2013 when she had less than $50,000 in assets but debts totaling over $200,000.
In other RHOP news, a new cast member has reportedly been added to the show for season five.
Although Bravo TV has not yet confirmed any casting changes regarding the new season of their show, an apparent cast photo that features the potential newbie, Dr. Wendy Osefo, has allegedly been leaked on social media.
In the wee hours of Tuesday morning, a Real Housewives fan account on Twitter shared the photo below.
— realitygossip (@realitygossip3) October 22, 2019
The BlackSocialites Instagram page also reported that Wendy had indeed joined the cast.
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Meet @wendyosefo‼ Dr. Osefo may be taking over our TV screens next Spring as the newest Real Housewife of Potomac…. Check her out along with her beautiful family and tell us what u think! #theblacksocialites #wendyosefo #rhop #bravotv #realhousewivesofpotomac #PotomacsFinest
The Real Housewives of Potomac season five is expected to begin airing on Bravo TV sometime next year.
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