Brynn Whitfield may live an extravagant lifestyle on RHONY, but she has a huge state and federal tax debt looming over her head.
The U.S. Sun reports that the Real Housewives of New York star has been slapped with $30,000 in state and federal tax debts. Brynn was also reportedly once almost evicted from her apartment in New York City.
Brynn’s outstanding tax debt stems from when she lived in California. The Bravolebrity “has one open state tax lien in California as well as an open federal tax lien in the state,” per the Los Angeles county clerk.
According to county records, the state of California hit Brynn with a state tax lien for $11,359 in 2021. Then, in 2019, the IRS filed a federal tax lien against the 36-year-old in the amount of $16,487.
The single marketing consultant is reportedly worth $3 million. She works as the PR lead for Assembly, according to her LinkedIn. Brynn began her career in the early 2000s after graduating from Perdue University.
As for Brynn almost being evicted from her New York apartment, no further details have emerged at this time.
“I am so excited to introduce all of you to Ubah, Erin, Jessel, Brynn, Sai, and Jenna,” Andy told the BravoCon crowd last fall.
He continued: “It is so wonderful to see you… this is a group of friends, I know you live in the West Village, Tribeca, Brooklyn, Soho, the Upper East Side, all over town.”
So far, Bravo fans are loving the RHONY reboot thanks to the new cast’s big personalities and over-the-top lives. The ladies are keeping Bravo fans engaged with their petty yet fun drama, and we are only three episodes in, so the season is bound to get even better.
The Real Housewives of New York airs on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.