Six months after his death, Bishop Eddie Long has been hit with $335,000 in back taxes. According to Bossip, the IRS is seeking $335,216.34 from his estate.
There’s been no response, but if Bishop Long’s estate chooses not to pay, the IRS can seize all of his remaining assets, cash and properties.
The late Atlanta pastor of New Birth Missionary was accused in 2000 of luring young men into sexual relationships. Those cases were eventually settled out of court. In a 2016 interview with Steve Harvey,Long explained why he ultimately decided to pay up.
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