Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra still over $321K in taxes[/caption]
The tax debt comes as Catelynn has been begging fans for money[/caption]
The Sun can exclusively reveal that despite the new show income, the reality stars still owe $321,789.06.
They were hit with the federal tax lien back on December 16, 2019 for the 2018 year.
Catelynn and Tyler paid off a massive federal tax lien for $535,010.97 for the 2016 and 2017 years in 2021.
The tax debt comes as the parents of Carly, who they placed for adoption, Novalee, Vaeda and Rya begged followers for cash.
Last week, Catelynn posted a photo of a fundraising donation sign-up sheet for Novalee’s Tiny Tulip’s cheerleading squad.
Catelynn explained in the caption: “Nova is looking for sponsors you can literally pick ANY number on this page and pay the number!”
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She continues: “So if you pick number 20 then you would donate $20! The donations would help with uniforms, practice, and competitions!”
The TV personality concluded: “Anything helps thank you so much!… [I] can’t believe I’m gonna be a cheerleader mom.”
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Catelynn, who turned off the comments on the post, received backlash.
One person wrote: “This is a very strange use of her platform. She and Tyler could afford to donate for Nova and [every] other kid on the team probably.”
A second fan commented: “Um WTF Cate? Y’all should have plenty of money. Go sponsor another child. I’m honestly shook.”
A third commenter chimed: “Exactly!!! They have more than enough money, it’s shameful that she is asking for donations.”
While a fourth person added: “This is just embarrassing and so cringe.”
Tyler and Catelynn were once owners of children’s clothing business Tierra Reign, but the company has been inactive for over a year now.
Tyler also has flipped and sold homes, as he currently owns property in addition to the $220,000 Octagon-shaped home they currently live in.
Tyler even sold their Burtchville, Michigan home for $175,000 on October 29, 2020.
Tyler got more than his asking price, as he listed the home for $169,900 on June 26, 2020.
The Teen Mom OG dad made a $101,560 profit, as he bought the home on March 7, 2016 for $73,440.
Teen Mom fans watched Catelynn pursue a career in microblading eyebrows, which she continues to do today.
The two also make income from the show and Instagram ads.
Despite their tax troubles, the reality stars fortunately have saved for their children.
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He said: “College is paid for and that was mine and Catelynn’s main thing – each of our children has trust funds that money goes into and they can’t touch.”
Tyler flips homes and sold one of them in 2020[/caption]
Catelynn microblades eyebrows[/caption]
They share four daughters, with Vaeda and Novalee pictured here[/caption]