Exclusive: Young Dro – Accused Of Stiffing Uncle Sam Out Of $465,000 in Back Taxes

- By Bossip Staff

Rapper Allegedly Owes Six Figures To IRS

Young Dro seems to really really really hate paying taxes.

That’s because the rapper has been hit with a Federal Tax Lien accusing him of stiffing over Uncle Sam for years, Bossip has learned.

On May 1st, the IRS filed a lien against Dro – real name Djuan Hart – in Georgia. The lien accuses the rapper of refusing to pay up on federal taxes for the years 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012

The breakdown for the unpaid taxes is $4,5997.97 (2006), $283,634.67 (2007), $75,732.05 (2008) $35,825.13 (2009), $20,267.47 (2010), $4,614.66 (2011) and $1,447.87 (2012) for a grand total of $467,519.82 owed to Uncle Sam, according to records obtained by Bossip.

The IRS warns the rapper if the debt isn’t paid in full ASAP they will begin the process of seizing his property and assets to collect on their money.

Earlier this year, the rapper narrowly avoided 15 years in prison when a judge sentenced him to just three years probation on charges of possession of marijuana, open alcohol container, driving on a suspended license and distribution or possession of dangerous drugs.

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