The legal troubles continue to pile on for rapper Ja-Rule.
Aside from facing sentencing on June 8th for a gun charge dating back to 2007, the rapper pleaded guilty to tax evasion, today, on more than $3 million that he made made in income during 2004-2006.
As part of a plea agreement, Rule had two additional charges for unpaid taxes dismissed, stemming from 2007 and 2008. Reports say the father of 3 will be sentenced on the tax evasion charge in June.
He faces up to one year in prison and $100,000 in fines on each count.