Lindsay Lohan Will Investigate The Case Of Her Unpaid Taxes

December 26, 2017 / Posted by:

The Blast reports that Lindsay Lohan is in arrears with the United States IRS to the tune of $100,000 for unpaid taxes. Lindsay claims the failure to pay was not her fault, but instead, is the fault of her management company. And Lindsay is launching an investigation into the firm to find out what had happened. I have a feeling that Detective La Toya Jackson might close up shop and permanently remove her plaque that reads Celebrity Shenanigans Solved by La Toya ™ after she hears a desperate pounding on the door from a certain chapped, sun-damaged and desperate dehydrated apricot screaming “Help me, La Toya! You’re my only hope!“.

According to The Blast:

We’re told Lohan believes the team, and specifically one manager on that team, improperly handled her money.

Lindsay and her family have now launched an internal investigation to comb through her financial records and pinpoint why the $100,000 went unpaid.

The taxes owed are from the years 2010, 2014 and 2015. Some of those years were The Yacht Years. I hope Lindsay was having her W2s tattooed on her body like in Memento back then because there is no way she’s remembering anything from those dark times.

It’s hard to believe there is a financial manager on the planet who wouldn’t have been tempted to disappear some of Lindsay’s Machete money. If Lindsay plays her cards right, she might just solve this thing! And Detective Lindsay’s investigation may or may not end with her finding out that her management company (her mom Dina Lohan) accidentally sent the money to the wrong institution (The Bank of Dina’s Nostrils).


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