In late March, the IRS had issued another lien for $31,142 in unpaid taxes.
Reached Wednesday night, Clem told All-Access, "I am in the fight of my life for my career and the financial repercussions have been extremely difficult. I intend to pay every debt I owe including any monies owed to the IRS. The only story better than a fall from grace is the one that shows we can overcome our mistakes, pick ourselves up off the floor, and rise from the ashes. I will continue to do the best terrestrial show in radio to my 7 affiliates. Tomorrow the sun shall rise and I will to continue to provide great content to my loyal fans with it."
Clem's finances have been in the spotlight several times this year. A February lawsuit by Bank of America alleged that Bubba Radio Network, which Clem owns, owed about $75,000 on a defaulted loan.
In June, Clem put his St. Petersburg home on the market for $1.8 million.