Celebridades que no pagaron sus impuestos

gal_taxes4
gal_taxes4
Ruben Studdard is at the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers where the Congress of Racial Equality held its 20th annual CORE Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ambassadorial Awards Dinner. He performed at the event.
GEITHNER
GEITHNER
Timothy Geithner, U.S. treasury secretary, stands for a portrait in New York, U.S., on Friday, April 2, 2010. Geithner said today's March employment report shows the U.S. economy is "getting stronger." He also said business investment is expanding and exports are "coming back." Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Timothy Geithner
95732117BA010_SCOTT_BARNES_
95732117BA010_SCOTT_BARNES_
NEW YORK - JANUARY 20: Musician Marc Anthony attends Scott Barnes' "About Face" book launch party at Provocateur at The Hotel Gansevoort on January 20, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Brian Ach/Getty Images) Original Filename: GYI0059343283.jpg
*May 02 - 00:00*
*May 02 - 00:00*
Boris Becker was a bit backhanded in how he handled his taxes. The tennis star said he was living in Monte Carlo, while in fact living in Germany, to avoid German taxes. But this didn't work out quite as Becker had planned, and he was convicted of tax evasion and fined $500,000 in 2002, WalletPop.com reports.
2844962CA030_serial
2844962CA030_serial
LOS ANGELES - JANUARY 6: Heidi Fleiss arrives for a charity screening of the film 'Aileen: Life and Death of Serial Killer' to benefit Amnesty International January 6, 2004 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Carlo Allegri/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Heidi Fleiss Original Filename: 2844962CA030_serial(2).jpg
MARION BARRY
MARION BARRY
Councilman Marion Barry, former mayor of DC, speak at a news conference about his recent arrest in Washington, DC on Thursday, July 9, 2009. (AP Photo/Stephen J Boitano) Original Filename: MARION_BARRY_DCSB101.jpg
gal_taxes_01
gal_taxes_01
The State of California claims songstress Dionne Warwick owes it $2.1 million in back taxes (down from $2.7 million in 2007), according to TheInsider.com. A spokesman for Warwick said she is "cooperating" and plans to pay these taxes back are "already in motion."
gal_taxes_03
gal_taxes_03
With all of O.J. Simpson's troubles, it's easy to forget that the former football player can add the IRS to his list of issues. In 2008, the State of California named him as one of its delinquent tax papers. Total bill: $1.4 million.
94280620DM032_Sherlock_Holm
94280620DM032_Sherlock_Holm
LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 14: Robert Downey Jnr attends the World Premiere of Sherlock Holmes at Empire Leicester Square on December 14, 2009 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images) Original Filename: GYI0059147598.jpg
gal_taxes
gal_taxes
gal_taxes_05
gal_taxes_05
gal_taxes_07
gal_taxes_07
"Blade" star Wesley Snipes got a sharp punishment for failing to file his tax returns: a three year prison sentence. At his 2007 trial, the actor defended his actions by saying the IRS’ own code meant income wasn’t taxable and that the agency had no legal authority because it’s not a proper government entity, the Associated Press reports.
gal_taxes_06
gal_taxes_06
Sexy film siren Sophia Loren got the Italian authorities all steamed up after she failed to pay her taxes. She spent 18 days in an Italian prison.
gal_taxes_04
gal_taxes_04
Whoa, Sinbad! Your tax situation is no laughing matter! The Franchise Tax Board of California released a list of back tax scofflaws and the comedian was near the top, owing more than $25 million in back taxes, Walletpop.com reports.
gal_taxes_08
gal_taxes_08
STEIGER OBIT
STEIGER OBIT
American mobster Al Capone got his hands quite dirty with illegal activities. Among them, tax evasion. The gangster was sentenced to 11 years in prison and hit with a $80,000 fine after failing to pay his taxes for four years, the Huffington Post reports. Capone joked about how the government would have a tough time prosecuting him because "the government can't collect legal taxes on illegal money."
50836995KW066_Taurus
50836995KW066_Taurus
LOS ANGELES - MAY 16: (U.S. TABS AND HOLLYWOOD REPORTER OUT) Actor Burt Reynolds attends the 4th Annual Taurus World Stunt Awards at Paramount Pictures May 16, 2004 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images) Original Filename: 50846349.jpg
*Oct 11 - 00:05*
*Oct 11 - 00:05*
Former New York Met and Yankee star Daryl Strawberry struck out with the IRS in 1995. A court ordered the baseball player and his agent Eric Goldschmidt to pay $350,000 in back taxes after the duo failed to report income from card and autograph shows, ESPN reports.
56005573ALS003_Martha
56005573ALS003_Martha
NEW YORK - APRIL 18: (FILE) Martha Stewart attends a press conference to announce an exclusive four-year agreement to create and launch a Martha Stewart-branded satellite radio channel today, April 18, 2005 in New York City. According to reports on August 7, 2006, Stewart has settled with the Securities And Exchange Commission on her charges of civil insider trading and will have to pay approximately $195,000 and will not be able to serve as director of a public company for five years. (Photo by David Turnley/Getty Images) Original Filename: 56005573ALS003_Martha.jpg
PEOPLE HATCH
PEOPLE HATCH
It's time for a game of Survivor (Tax Edition). The loser of this one: Richard Hatch. He won $1 million on CBS' "Survivor" in 2000, but when it came time to pay taxes on that money, he didn't do it. In 2006, he was convicted of tax evasion and sentenced to 51 months in prison, according to the Huffington Post.
5464654MH104_pryor
5464654MH104_pryor
1981: FILE PHOTO In this handout photo, American comedian Richard Pryor, a veteran of both stand-up and film comedy. Pryor died at the age of 65 on December 10, 2005. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Original Filename: 5464654MH104_pryor.jpg
gal_taxes_pamela_anderson
gal_taxes_pamela_anderson
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL - JUNE 12: Actress Pamela Anderson arrives at Sublime restaurant where PETA hosted her 40th birthday on June 12, 2007 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images) Original Filename: 74582427.jpg
TYCO JURY
TYCO JURY
Dennis Kozlowski, former CEO of Tyco, loved his art. Beautiful paintings filled his posh Fifth Avenue apartment in Manhattan. From 2001 - 2002, Kozlowski purchased $13 million in painting. The problem? He didn't pay taxes on the paintings - and was indicted on tax evasion in June 2002.
gal_taxes_nicolas_cage
gal_taxes_nicolas_cage
SAN FRANCISCO - APRIL 03: Actor Nicolas Cage attends "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" panel at the 2010 WonderCon - Day 2 at Moscone Center South on April 3, 2010 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Albert Chau/FilmMagic) Original Filename: 98237570.jpg
Categories: Archive
View Comments

Latest Galleries

Farruko Desde El Ashley Furniture Home Store Live Lounge
Farruko Meet and Greet
K Rosé en Vivo en los Estudios de Mega 101 Ashley Furniture Live Lounge
Victoria Secret Fashion Show
FOTOS: Funeral De Chespirito
Latin Grammy: Alfrombra Verde
¡Mega Celebra Su 10 º Aniversario!
Bombon De La Semana: Liz Hernandez
blog comments powered by Disqus