Items seized in a raid at rapper Young Buck's home are set to be auctioned off by tax officials later this month (Oct10).
U.S. federal agents swarmed the hip-hop star's Tennessee property in August (10) and took his most valuable assets after he allegedly failed to pay $300,000 (£200,000) in taxes.
Now officers at America's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are planning to sell off his possessions, including several of his gold and platinum records, fine art, televisions and designer watches, reports the Tennessean.
The former G-Unit member, real name David Darnell Brown, filed for bankruptcy after the raid, blaming his tax debts on former legal and accounting aides who mismanaged his finances.