More details have been released on two famous Tax Man Attacks on celebrities.
Tax Attack: Young Buck
Rapper Young Buck (David Darnell Brown) got a surprise visit from IRS Special Agents.
All I'm thinkin' 'bout is gettin' paid
Big yachts, mansions, buyin' real estate
You think Buck goin' bankrupt?!
Ironically, Young Buck is doing just that- filing for Bankruptcy following his infamous seizure.
The IRS seizure was a cold move, but how can you make $19,170 per month and have $60 million in assets while not worrying about the tax man? Take the lesson, folks.
Tax Attack: Paul Hogan
Paul Hogan, The Crocodile Dundee Himself, is still fighting his Tax Charges from his mother country, Australia. He's been barred from leaving the country until he pays the Tax Man the millions he owes.
"Come and get me, you miserable bastards!"
-Paul "The Crocodile Dundee" Hogan
Australia has accused Crocodile Dundee actor Paul Hogan of offshore tax evasion, saying he hid tens of millions in offshore tax havens. Paul Hogan claims, if anything, he's paid too much taxes in Australia:
"If I was a tax evader, which I'm not, I must be the dumbest one in the world to keep coming back here instead of fleeing to a tax haven ... I know they're absolutely desperate to nail some high-profile character with money to justify the expense to the taxpayer."
As more details are unveiled on celebrity cases the message is clear; pay your taxes. The IRS makes exceptions for no one. No me, not you, and especially not high profile celebrities!