BLAC Chyna has been secretly hit with a $340,000 tax lien after previously admitting in court to years of non-payment, The US Sun can exclusively reveal.
The Instagram model made the shocking admission during the trial last April, when she was suing the Kardashian family, claiming it contributed to the downfall of her and Rob’s E! Spinoff show Rob & Chyna.
She lost her $108 million case and was not awarded damages before admitting she was “broke” this year.
Tax records viewed by US Sun show Chyna were hit with a $348,072.00 tax lien for the years 2019-2021.
Her last known address is her office on Calabasas Road, LA, where records show she registered her beauty business, Lashed Cosmetics, LLC.
She also owns a hair extension line, Hearts Pure, and a clothing brand, Blac Chyna Closet.
The lien was issued by the California State Franchise Tax Board on January 25.
But it seems that Chyna has quickly got to work to straighten out her situation with Uncle Sam, as published on February 4th.
The US Sun understands the star worked with the government to pay it off and intends to file her taxes in a timely manner going forward.
During their earlier trial last year, the Kardashians’ attorney, Michael Rhodes, showed the jury a series of bank statements and tax returns.
He claimed no personal bank statements were provided, only from their business accounts, and were missing tax returns from 2018 to 2021.
Rhodes asked if Chyna had filed her most recent tax return, to which she replied, “No, I haven’t.”
She went on to reveal that she hasn’t filed any taxes since 2017.
The star claimed her former tax attorney “burned me so bad. I was looking for a very good accountant that I can trust.”
The news of Chyna’s huge tax bill comes after it was revealed she took out a $2.6 million mortgage on her $3.8 million Woodland Hills home, The US Sun reported this week.
Records list the lender as Hometown Equity Mortgage, LLC and the 13-page deed was signed by “Angela Renee White” on February 27, 2023.
The filing shows that the star borrowed $2,638,000 plus interest, which must be repaid in full no later than March 1, 2053.
The 34-year-old influencer – who was candid about her finances in a conversation with TikTok star Mister Lewis earlier this year – bought her lavish estate in October 2018.
Though it’s worth nearly $4 million now, she spent $3 million on the eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom luxury home with a pool and guest house back then.
Her beautiful home, where she lives with daughter Dream, six, with ex Rob Kardashian, and son King Cairo, 10, with ex Tyga, is a dream home for a family.
In a video in February with Mister Lewis asking people how much they make and what they do for a living, Chyna admitted she’s not as wealthy as previously reported.
Chyna told the presenter, “I’m an entrepreneur, I’m a mom, I own multiple businesses, I’m a TV personality.”
She declined to reveal how much she makes a year, but admitted under her real name, “Honestly, Angela White is broke,” before winking at the camera.
Mister Lewis estimated she was making at least $10 million a year after reportedly having a successful run on OnlyFans, but she told him it was less.
The Rob & Chyna graduate then admitted she only had $3,000 in her checking account at the time, but insisted she had a good credit score of 768.
When asked if she has any investments, Chyna replied, “I mean, honestly, I’ve only invested in myself.”
In recent days, the TikToker shared a new video as he caught up with the model a second time and presented her with a luxury Hermes bracelet as a gift.
“We love a REBIRTH and a REBRAND. Congratulations, Angela White, on your new you! #hermes,” Mister Lewis posted.
Chyna recently revealed she’s found God and reversed her plastic surgery to change her life and career – as she’s also stepped down from OnlyFans.