DMX hasn’t had much luck staying out of trouble over the past few years, and now he’s back in jail for tax evasion.
TMZ reports that the Ruff Ryders artist has been charged with 14 counts of tax evasion after deciding to turn himself in to authorities earlier today. The IRS claims X owes them $1.7 million in back taxes spanning over several years in the early to mid 2000s.
DMX could be looking at up to 44 years in federal prison if found guilty following his appearance before a judge tomorrow morning.
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Good luck to DMX with his legal woes.