The adage says “There are only two things we can’t avoid: death and taxes.”
But it now appears that even after death you can’t avoid taxes.
RumorFix has uncovered an IRS document from December 21, 2011 — four months after Russell Armstrong died — imposing a tax lien on his property for failure to pay $23,689.94 in back taxes.
Tne Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was found dead on August 15, 2011 after an apparent suicide. But, the lien on his property stays with the property and his estate, which means Taylor Armstrong will probably have to take care of the problem.