If Lohan doesn’t pay up, the government can go after anything that’s hers, including homes, automobiles, and bank accounts.
Lohan’s publicist Steve Honig says the actress’ financial matters are no one’s business but her own.
Meanwhile, a paparazzo has filed a lawsuit against LiLo claiming he was badly injured when the car in which Lohan was riding attempted to make a quick getaway from a Hollywood club two years ago.
Grigor Balyan was taking photos of Lohan on January 10, 2010 when the accident took place.
According to Balyan’s attorney Neil Steiner, Lindsay is being sued because her assistant was the one driving the vehicle in her direction.
Steiner says his client was medically treated for orthopedic and neurologic injuries.
Steiner says he attempted to settle with LiLo’s insurance company but they made “an insignificant offer.”
Honig says he hasn’t seen the specifics on the case but says the paparazzi of invade Lindsay Lohan’s privacy on a daily basis.
The actress is still serving morgue duty to comply with her probation in two misdemeanor cases.
- Feds cite Lindsay Lohan for unpaid taxes in 2009 (pbpulse.com)
- Paparazzo sues Lindsay Lohan over car accident (kayceeweezy.wordpress.com)
- Lindsay Lohan Forgets to Pay $93K in Taxes (thehollywoodgossip.com)