A Tax Lien Has Now Been Placed on Eddie Long’s Estate

Published On July 7, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

The US Department of the Treasury has recently made claims that the estate of the late Bishop Eddie Long, as well as his wife Vanessa Long, allegedly has an outstanding amount of debt that has apparently calculated up to the hundreds of thousands of dollars range, and the agency has since placed a lien on the estate to recover all of his debt.

Despite the fact that Long has passed after an alleged battle with cancer back in January, the Internal Revenue Service, a department located within the Treasury, has since filed a notice for a lien on the couple, according to court docs that were filed back in May.

The IRS is now seeking a whopping $335,216.34.

Bishop Long was the senior pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia.

The document said that taxes (including interest and penalties) have been assessed against the Long family.

“We have made a demand for payment for this liability, but it remains unpaid,” according to the filing. “Therefore, there is a lien in favor of the United States on all property and rights to property belonging to this taxpayer for the amount of these taxes, and additional penalties, interest and costs that may accrue.”

Not only were the man’s finances allegedly screwed up, Long’s private life was as well after he’d been accused of allegedly abusing several young men at his church for his own perverted intimate gain.

People have mixed feelings about Long, however, many call it like they see it and believe that this is all simply karma.

Comment your thoughts on this news and tell us what you’re thinking. Do you feel bad for the family of Long? Or could you care less about their feelings, when thinking about the man that led their family, as well as an alleged double life?

Tell us what you’re thinking.

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