(See my article dated 10/18 – Young Buck’s Possessions Will Be Auctioned By IRS.)
The IRS has cancelled today’s public auction of Young Buck’s seized items which was scheduled in the Antioch area.
Young Buck, a/k/a David Darnell Brown, owes the IRS in excess of $164,000. His attorney filed suit this week to stop the auction of thousands of dollars of Buck’s property. The items to be sold included gold and platinum records, art, LCD and plasma TVs, watches and faux-fur coats.
The attorney advised the court that the seizure created stress with his children and family, impeded his ability to pay the tax lien. She further advanced that Brown needed the property for “peace of mind to maintain calmness in order to stimulate the creative juices.”
Brown announced the cancellation of the sale on his Twitter site, stating, “Sorry PEOPLE. There will be no AUCTION of my Stuff tomorrow!!Lol!! TRY AGAIN, HUH???”
Tax Wisdom – The Constitution does not require uniformity in the manner of collection. Uniformity in the assessment is all it demands.
– Morrison Waite