Popular Teen Mom OG stars Mackenzie McKee and Josh McKee, the high school love birds, tied the knot in 2013. They share two sons, Gannon and Broncs, and a daughter Jaxie. Everything was smooth initially, but the table turned suddenly, and the worst nightmare replaced their romance. The couple had faced turbulence in their relationship, followed by cheating allegations and family tragedies. Nothing seems resolvable, resulting in a bitter separation between them.
To make the matter even worse, they were also fired from the MTV show after Mackenzie was spotted making racist comments on social media. Recently, the celebrity pair have been hit with a lien on their $525k luxurious home that they bought just before their dismissal. What went wrong for the former reality stars? And how will they cope with their mounting debt and legal woes?
Teen Mom: What Happened To Mackenzie & Josh’s $525k Florida Home?
Teen Mom OG star Mackenzie sparked outrage back in the day when she passed a racist comment Against the Vice President of the US on her social media. Mackenzie mentioned Kamala Harris, the president, a “colored” woman who is not a good role model for her daughter. As a result, she faced a ton of critic ism from fans and co-stars. Soon after the incident, despite all her apologies, MTV decided to cut ties with her and her then husband, Josh
Not long after that, the pair also announced their separation in July ’22 after 12 years of togetherness. Both McKee’s are facing a lien on their $525K Florida property, which they purchased before being booted from Teen Mom OG. Since the expulsion from the program, the pair has struggled financially and emotionally. They had been through several ups and downs and moved with different partners.
Mackenzie and Josh relocated from Oklahoma to Florida, hoping to start a new life and pursue her fitness profession. They began in a modest three-bedroom house for $2,200 a month but quickly upgraded to a four-bedroom, three-bathroom property with a pool and a three-car garage for $525,000. The couple appeared overjoyed and delighted about their new house. They even posted photographs and videos of their family enjoying the vast living room, gourmet kitchen, and screened-in pool.
Teen Mom: How A $3K Lien Threatens Mackenzie & Josh’s $525K Florida Home!
The McKees owe $3,000 to a roofing firm that did work on their Port St. Lucie home. The lien was lodged with the county recorder in St. Lucie County, where the property is located, as per a report by TheSun. This happened on November 15, 2022, and remains unpaid as of December 2021. The lien may impact Mackenzie and Josh’s credit score and ability to sell or refinance their house. The ex-couple may face legal action or foreclosure if they do not pay the loan.
A judgment lien on real estate in Florida lasts for ten years and can be renewed for another ten. A personal property judgment lien is valid for five years and can be renewed for another five years. The lien can be enforced by suing the couple and getting a court order to sell their property at a public auction. They might need more equity in their house to satisfy the claim and any other mortgages on their property. For the latest Teen Mom updates, stay tuned to TV Season & Spoilers.