Todd and Julie Chrisley, stars of reality TV show Chrisley Knows Best, were arrested Wednesday and charged with income tax evasion, wire fraud and conspiracy bank fraud. They face 30 years in prison if convicted on all charges.
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FBI and IRS Agents raided the homes and offices of embattled Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh who has been out on leave since a criminal investigation was launched into her business dealings. Pugh is facing calls to resign over a scandal that involves sales of her children's books to entities that do business with the city of Baltimore.
Celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti is accused of stealing $2 million from an ex-girlfriend of NBA star Hassan Whiteside. The embattled attorney is accused of hiding $2 million intended for Whiteside's former girlfriend, Alexis Gardner.
DMX haas been released from prison. The 48-year-old NY native was released early Friday from the Gilmer Federal Correctional Institution in West Virginia, where he served less than a year for income tax fraud.
A Jamaican-born entrepreneur who built an empire around beef patties shot himself to death in his Bronx, NY factory around 5 p.m. Saturday.
Golden Krust CEO Lowell Hawthorne, 57, killed himself after the feds informed him that he was being investigated for evading millions of dollars in income taxes, The NY Post reports.
Rapper DMX is back behind bars after running afoul of America's Internal Revenue Service. The 46-year-old NY native is charged with scheming to conceal $1.7 million in back taxes from the IRS.
Reality TV star NeNe Leakes was just hit with a new tax lien, raising her tax debt to a staggering $900,000.
As you know, the IRS hit Leakes, 48, with a tax bill for $830,000 in unpaid taxes for income she received in 2014.
R&B singer Trey Songz has 99 problems -- and a tax lien is one.
Songz owes Uncle Sam a whopping $748,870.08 in back taxes, and the IRS wants every penny of it, right down to the 8 cents.
News surfaced this month that Beyonce's little sister Solange Knowles owes the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) $50,000 in back taxes.
While $50,000 may seem like chump change to someone of Beyonce's stature -- Solange is not Beyonce. Celebrity Dirty Laundry blog has proof that Solange is in dire straits and in need of a serious cash infusion.
Singer Lauryn Hill, 38, celebrated her release from prison today with a new song entitled "Consumerism". Like most of Hill's songs, the single covers Hill's obsession with a materialistic society.
Hill was convicted of income tax evasion in May. She served three months in federal prison after paying paid $900,000 in back taxes.
"Consumerism is part of some material I was trying to finish before I had to come in. We did our best to eek out a mix via verbal and emailed direction, thanks to the crew of surrogate ears on the other side," Hill said in a press release. "Letters From Exile is material written from a certain space, in a certain place. I felt the need to discuss the underlying socio-political, cultural paradigm as I saw it. I haven't been able to watch the news too much recently, so I'm not hip on everything going on. But inspiration of this sort is a kind of news in and of itself, and often times contains an urgency that precedes what happens. I couldn't imagine it not being relevant. Messages like these I imagine find their audience, or their audience finds them, like water seeking it's level".
The gay couple behind one of the most well-known fashion brands in the world will be spending the next 20 months in prison.
Domenico Dolce, 54, and Stefano Gabbana, 50, who founded the iconic fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana, were sentenced to 20 months in an Italian prison after they were convicted of evading taxes on €408 million ($540 million USD).
According to UK's Daily Mail, a judge in Milan ruled that the stylish couple failed to declare income of about €1billion ($1.3 billion USD), and that they moved their brand to Luxembourg to evade Italy's corporation income tax.