Dame Dash is dealing with a new set of problems this morning.
Just last month the former co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records admitted to owing the IRS more than $2 million in unpaid taxes. Now comes news that the city of New York has hit Dash with six counts of storing and selling alcoholic beverages without a license.
According to the Village Voice, Dame's art gallery DD172 served as a "front for a suspected unlicensed club, a nuisance, a disturbance."
The gallery shut down in June of 2011, but some of Dash's former neighbors are still mad at him.
"Damon Dash was a terrible neighbor. It was always super loud, super noisy, tons of garbage in the street. All these 18-year-old kids smoking and drinking—real thugs. They were disrespectful to the neighborhood," said one neighbor, who claims that "the owner rented to Damon Dash to f*ck with the neighbors,"