T.I. Harris, 37, and Tameka "Tiny" Harris, 42, are reportedly dropping their bid to block the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) from seizing their assets to repay their substantial tax debt.
The hip-hop star, real name Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., and his wife have been battling IRS officials after they were hit with three tax liens to recover $6.2 million in unpaid taxes.
According to documents obtained by gossip website The Blast, the hip-hop power couple filed documents requesting a review of the IRS decision after Uncle Sam informed them they would begin seizing their assets to pay off the debt.
Their motions were dismissed because they missed the filing deadline to request a review.
The couple appealed the dismissal, blaming a delivery service for their late filing, but according to The Blast they have now filed to dismiss their appeal and are in discussions with IRS lawyers.
The case has reportedly been closed, but the tax liens are still active pending an agreement between the star and tax officials over the debts, according to WENN.com.
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