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Lindsay’s Downward Spiral – IRS Seizes All Bank Accounts of Lohan
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The downward spiral in Lindsay Lohan’s life has apparently struck rock bottom; in a TMZ exclusive, celebrity gossip website Tmz.com reported that the IRS has seized all of her bank accounts over her outstanding liabilities.

Recently, the media was agog with questions as to why Charlie Sheen sent her a $100,000 check to help out with tax problems. Seems the situation is really critical, with unpaid taxes stretching over a period of three years.

TMZ had previously reported that only for the years 2009 and 2010, Lindsay had about $233,904 outstanding with the IRS. But now, 2011 would have added to the load. And apparently, the IRS has lost faith in her earning a lot in the near future, and has decided to move in.

  
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The only way she can work out of the situation now is to come up with the cash fast, and if friends and family, those that are still left, provide support – but that support would need to be massive.

With such stress (though people are wondering why she got into such stress in the first place) it is no wonder that of late she had been getting into trouble with people and had been drinking heavily. It’s a wonder that IRS waited so long, anyway, they usually don’t in the case of ordinary people.

It makes no one happy to see people suffering, especially during the holiday season, even if they can be blamed to have brought it on themselves. It is high time for Lindsay to straighten up and get back her life, and may be this is the shock she needed to wake up.

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