Housing trouble for Paulina Rubio
It's good to be Paulina Rubio. Most of the time anyway. The condo association at The Palace, a high-rise on Brickell Avenue in downtown Miami, isn’t too happy with her. The singer of Nada de Ti has owned a $500,000 condo there for 20 years — but she allegedly hasn’t paid maintenance fees for more than a year. The association is now going after Rubio for $25,643, according to a lien filed with Miami-Dade County. While she still owns the condo, the singer’s homestead is a $2.2 million house on Di Lido Island in Miami Beach. Unfortunately for Rubio, there’s a lien on that house, too. The IRS wants her to catch up with unpaid income levy, to the tune of $132,000. Rubio should be able to afford it - she was just named as a judge for the next season of The X Factor, along with Kelly Rowland.
On Our Radar
- Madonna is kicking off her 35-city tour in Miami
- Hank Azaria playing emcee at local gala on Sunday night
- Talking to Ana Maria in Novela Land star
- Chazz Palminteri tells his 'Bronx Tale'
- Athletes seen partying in Miami
- Is Miami Heat star Chris Bosh OK?
- Latin stars come together for Premios Lo Nuestro
- William Levy front and center at rum event
- Diana Nyad to re-create famous swim on stage
- Report: Rapper Vanilla Ice arrested