Lindsay Lohan’s $100k tax bill
CM LOS ANGELES – Lindsay Lohan owes $100,710.55 in taxes. According to a recently filed Federal tax lien, obtained by The Blast, the ‘Mean Girls’ actress owes the huge sum for earnings during the years of 2010, 2014 and 2015.
During that time, Lindsay filmed the OWN docuseries with Oprah Winfrey and had a small part in the movie ‘Machete’.
Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that Lindsay, 31, wants to relaunch her pop career.
The actress released two albums, ‘Speak’, and ‘A Little More Personal (Raw)’, in 2004 and 2005 but a much-discussed third record never appeared, and the actress – who has been living in London and Dubai – revealed only a return to music would tempt her to move back to New York.
Asked if she’d move back from New York, she said: ‘’For music, maybe.’’
But it isn’t only singing that Lindsay wants to focus her attention on, as she’s still interested in acting and admitted she would love the lead role in the planned live-action ‘Little Mermaid’ remake.
Her comments came after she recently admitted she wants to reprise her role as Cady Heron in another ‘Mean Girls’ movie and plans to track down writer Tina Fey and producer Lorne Michaels during a trip to the US.
The Hollywood star – who admitted she’s ‘’trying’’ to get the movie off the ground – said: ‘’I’m in New York, so Tina Fey better be hiding or I’m going to find her and Lorne Michaels. I know where his desk is.’’
Lindsay also revealed what she thinks her ‘Mean Girls’ character would be up to these days.
She shared: ‘’I’m thinking she’s been living in Africa and adopts children, very Madonna.’’
Lindsay enjoys living a low-key existence in the Middle East, where she’s able to escape the pressures she would face at home.
She explained: ‘’I love living in New York, but I do love the serenity and peace that I find living in the Middle East because there are no cameras in Dubai and I can actually focus on what I want to do in life.
‘’I don’t always have to be scrutinised every second. I can have a private life and have a public life, but when I choose to. And I think that’s really important.’’