R&B singer-turned-pastor Montell Jordan has fallen foul of U.S. tax authorities after racking up debts of almost $630,000 (£393,750).
The star, who scored chart success in the 1990s with hits like This Is How We Do It, was first hit with a federal tax lien in 2004 relating to outstanding payments from 1999 to 2001.
Another lien was filed against Jordan in March (12) after he allegedly failed to settle the invoice, according to Tmz.com.
Jordan turned his back on his music career at the end of 2010 to dedicate his life to God.
Ironically, the singer's music was recently used for a TV commercial by tax preparation company Jackson-Hewitt.