Lindsay Lohan's Downward Spiral Includes IRS: Report
After getting nailed late last week with crimes committed in Manhattan and Los Angeles, we have now learned that Lindsay Lohan is also in trouble with the IRS.
According to a TMZ report, the IRS has seized the 'Liz & Dick' star's bank accounts in an attempt to recoup taxes owed for the past three years.
The generous $100,000 check that Charlie Sheen recently wrote to cover her tax lien didn't come close to satisfying her debt. She is still in arrears to the tune of $233,904.
Lohan is reportedly in "full blown panic mode" over this latest turn of events and is trying to drum up some work to bring in some cash flow.
Close friends and business associates have tried to get Lilo to enter a rehab facility but she is adamant that she doesn't have a problem with alcohol -- a fact disputed by her recently fired personal manager who suggests she is drinking vodka from the time she gets up until she goes to bed.
Lindsay has a hearing set in Manhattan for early January for the alleged nightclub assault on Tiffany Mitchell, who has hired high-profile legal eagle Gloria Allred.
Her bigger worry at the moment is the possibility of being put in jail for violating her probation in California. On the same day she was arrested in NYC, the L.A. District Attorney's office filed charges against the actress for lying to police in connection with a car accident on the Pacific Coast Highway in June.
At last report the young actress was crashing at Dina Lohan's pad in Long Island. She continues to shun calls from her father Michael Lohan -- the media seeker who tried unsuccessfully to stage an intervention at her home last month.
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