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Lindsay Lohan’s financial troubles have come back to haunt her as the IRS has seized her bank accounts to get back the nearly $200,000 in unpaid taxes.
The IRS had filed a tax lien against the Liz & Dick actress following her failure to pay her taxes in 2009-2010, TMZ reports.
As we previously reported, Scary Movie 5 costar Charlie Sheen cut the 26-year-old actress a $100,000 check to help cut her debt in half.
Sources tell TMZ that Lohan is panicking now that the government has taken hold of her accounts and is desperately trying to make ends meet.
Michael Lohan, Lindsay’s father, tells New York Daily News, “Where is all her money going? I care about one thing: Lindsay's life.” According to Michael, Lohan made more than $100,000 while promoting her Mr. Pink energy drink.
Lohan is currently at the center of battery allegations after being arrested Thursday for allegedly hitting Tiffany Mitchel in the face. The investigation surrounding these claims is still ongoing.