The Real Housewives of New Jersey star has been sentenced to 15 months in prison on fraud charges. Her husband Joe was sentenced to 41 months in prison and ordered to pay $414,000 in restitution for fraud and failure to file federal income tax returns.
The actor plunked down $6.25 million in 2012 to help pay off the massive back taxes he owes the IRS, but he still owes somewhere around $7 million. Yeah, it's that bad.
The Internal Revenue Service filed a federal tax lien against LiLo in 2012, after the actress failed to pay not only her 2009 taxes, but those on her 2010 earnings as well, totaling around $140,203.30.
The Blade star was indicted in 2006 on eight counts of tax fraud. A jury acquitted Snipes of federal tax fraud and conspiracy charges but convicted him on three misdemeanor counts of failing to file a tax return. He has been serving three-years prison sentence since December 2010.
The "Make It Rain" rapper—real name Joseph Cartagena—faced up to two years in prison after pleading guilty to tax-evasion. He reportedly owed upwards of $700,000.
The 62-year-old music legend is facing a $1.1 million debt to the Feds, from some leftover unpaid income taxes in 2010.
The former My Name Is Earl star owed more than $637,000 in deliquent taxes in 2011.
The hip-hop rapper owed $3,571 in back taxes to the state of Mississippi in 2011, but paid it all off.
The former Baywatch babe was in the red for more than $493,000 in personal income taxes in 2010.
Rapper was sentenced to 28 months in a federal prison for tax evasion in 2011, after he pleaded guilty to three counts of failing to file tax returns with the IRS for a whopping five years from 2004 to 2008.
Superstar hip-hop producer and sometime rapper owed more than $2.4 million in back taxes to Rockland County, N.Y., in 2010.
The former Indy 500 racing champ, who won the fifth season of Dancing With the Stars, got himself into hot water in 2008 after the feds obtained an indictment against him for failing to pay millions in taxes over a four-year period. But he plead not guilty and was later cleared.
The Rush Hour star owed more than $11 million in back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service in 2010.
The Pulp Fiction star acknowledged he short-changed the government and agreed to pay $607,400 in back taxes in 2000, about half the $1.1 million in back taxes and penalties the IRS had claimed Travolta owed for 1993-1995.
The Celebrity Apprenticestar owed the IRS a whopping $50,000 in back taxes from 2009.
Former Wu-Tang Clan member was arrested in 2009 on felony charges of skipping out on $32,799 in taxes from 2004 to 2007. He pleaded guilty and avoided jail time after paying approximately $106,000 in restitution, penalties and interest he owed to New York State.
In 2009, word came out that Reynolds owed the government a relatively paltry $225,000.
In 2009, officials said the rapper owed the state of California $284,053 in back taxes and that a lien has been put on his home.
The Girls Gone Wild mastermind pleaded not guilty in 2008 to two felony tax-evasion charges in federal court in Los Angeles.after being accused of unlawfully deducting more than $20 million in bogus business expenses on his 2002 and 2003 corporate tax returns.
The Grammy winner owed $2.1 million to the state of California in 2009, down a smidge from her $2.7 million two years prior, but she was "cooperating" and made a payment plan.
The Survivor winner was sentenced to four years and three months in prison for tax evasion and perjury in 2006, after he lied about failing to pay taxes on his reality earnings as well as other sources of income, including $327,000 he earned as cohost of a Boston radio show and $28,000 in rent on property he owned.
The Jingle All the Way star owed $2.5 million in back income taxes in 2009 dating to 1999.
The rock-star couple owed more than $1.7 million in back taxes in 2011, but they paid it off in full, days later.
The former NFL player copped up to owing the Internal Revenue Service $700,000 in back taxes in 1997, leaving him with the possibility of tax-evasion charges.