Young Buck Evicted From Mansion
The drama is seemingly endless for former G-Unit rapper Young Buck as he has been evicted from his Tennessee mansion by the IRS.
The exact details surrounding the eviction are unclear at press time.
Still, the rapper owes $333,975.69 in unpaid back taxes, according to TMZ.
Per court order, Buck was to be out of the 5,000 foot mansion by May 16, but whether or not he’s fully left is not known. He was seen moving boxes from the residence last week though.
A court order has already determined the home will be sold in order to pay off the tax debt, but it does not fully explain the eviction yet.
Over the weekend, reports surfaced that Young Buck would also be heading back to jail in the coming weeks.
While the details have not been released about the nature of his crime, Young Buck himself admitted that he would be serving two months in jail.
Young Buck had yet not commented on the eviction matter at press time.
Recently, 50 Cent filed a motion to block Young Buck’s sale of his intellectual property, in an attempt to pay off creditors, as part of his bankruptcy filing.