Lauryn Hill Could Possibly Lose New Jersey Mansion Over $1 Million In Back-Taxes

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Lauryn Hill could reportedly lose her New Jersey home due to owing one million in back-taxes.

Hill has reportedly failed to pay her taxes once again, resulting in her home being sent into foreclosure. Late last year, Rothman Realty LLC filed a lawsuit against Hill after failing to pay taxes on her property in 2003.

Rothman Realty LCC ultimately succeeded in getting a judge to make Hill’s mansion foreclosure official. So, the property will now be placed for sale in order to repay Rothman Reality for the tax payments they have made to date.

The house was previously purchased in 1997, it was valued at $430,000 at the time. The property is now worth an estimated $1.06 million.

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