Sheree Whitfield may have to come back to "Real Housewives of Atlanta" next season to help pay off her huge tax lien. The reality TV star was hit with a bill from the IRS for more than $100,000 according to a Tuesday report by Radar Online. With the huge mountain of bills Sheree has been piling up recently, she needs to get herself back on TV as soon as possible.
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" original cast member has already made headlines for her piling up debt. The $111,226.58 bill is for a failure to pay income taxes in 2011. She has another lien for unpaid taxes in 2009 and 2010 for just over $40k. To make matters worse, Whitfield made news last year for failing to pay her divorce lawyers and was ordered to pony up $119k.
Whispers of Sheree Whitfield's financial trouble plagued her the last couple seasons she was a cast member on "RHOA." Chateau Sheree, as she called it, became the butt of many jokes as fans of the show waited while work was never completed on the so-called dream home. Sheree never really came out and admitted that she bit off more than she could chew with that house and that she was financially strapped.
Now that she has the two IRS tax liens and the reported lawyer bill, Sheree needs all the income she can get. A return to "Real Housewives of Atlanta" for season seven has been rumored for months and is looking more possible all the time. If the rumbles about NeNe Leakes no longer wanting to be full-time "RHOA" cast and possibly becoming a friend of the housewives instead, that would definitely make room for Sheree's return.
Sheree Whitfield will be seen on Kandi Burruss' upcoming VH1 wedding special. The spinoff series makes its debut on June 1.