Earlier today, Scott Stapp who fronted the band “Creed” in its heyday, posted a bizarre video on his Facebook page claiming that he is now penniless and living in a Holiday Inn. Denouncing claims that he might be on drugs, Stapp places the blame for his predicament on a number of others, including the IRS, who he says froze his accounts on a number of occasions.
Al Sharpton agrees with charges that his nonprofit, the National Action Network, owes outstanding taxes to the IRS and the State of New York. He also agrees that he owes personal taxes to the IRS and the State of New York. He doesn’t, however, agree that he owes as much as alleged, charging that the story was intended to call attention to an old story instead of the one he thinks folks should be talking about: Ferguson.
After a judge handed down jail sentences for them both, Teresa and Joe Giudice sat down with Bravo’s Andy Cohen on What Watch Happens Live to talk about what comes next. Teresa claimed, during the interview, that she had no idea that jail was a real possibility. But does her statement make sense?
It’s sentencing day for Teresa and Giuseppe “Joe” Giudice, stars of reality television’s “Real Housewives of New Jersey” – and the result is clearly not what they were hoping for.
Tennis superstar Caroline Wozniacki walked away from her $1.45 million paycheck (by accident!) after placing at the U.S. Open. If you walked away from your paycheck, could you skip paying the tax on it?
Rapper The Game (or simply, Game), born Jayceon Terrell Taylor, has some tax advice for his fellow rappers. Only, he probably needs to stick to rapping. And I need to stick to tax advice. Trust me on both of these things.
Days after filing court documents to keep their version of the Beastie Boys’ song, “Girls” in their commercial, Goldieblox has announced that they’re pulling the song from the ad. What’s driving the change? The company claims it’s out of respect for Adam Yauch’s request that his music not be used in advertising.
Aaron Carter, little brother of the Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter, burst onto the spotlight just over ten years ago. Today, facing more than $2 million in debt, he’s ready to put the past behind him and move on. At age 25, can he make a comeback?
Diego Maradona, football’s “Golden Boy” has been served with papers in Italy allowing tax officials to freeze his assets in an effort to pay off tens of millions of dollars in outstanding tax liabilities.
With a few days left on her federal prison sentence for tax evasion, hip-hop artist Lauryn Hill won an early release – and managed to drop a track from her new album – all in 24 hours.