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Lauryn Hill may have forked over a good amount of money, but that didn't stop the judge from giving the celeb jail time.
The Fugees singer was sentenced to three months in prison, E! News confirms, despite paying off a court-ordered retribution sum of $554,000 that she owed the IRS and additional state taxes and penalties (totaling close to $1 million) prior to her hearing for tax-evasion charges in New Jersey today.
In addition to jail time, Hill was sentenced to one year of probation, with three months of that one year being spent on house arrest.