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Friday 25 July 2014

Lindsay Lohan's father: Where's her money?

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan's father Michael is concerned that his daughter's money is being grossly mismanaged.

The star apparently had an unpaid tax bill of $233,904 for 2009 and 2010 and owes more for 2011.

Charlie Sheen is said to have provided her with $100,000 to help ease the difficulties, but TMZ reports the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has now seized Lindsay's accounts to force her to pay up.

Michael blames his ex-wife and Lindsay's mother Dina for the actress' financial woes.

"I would like to know where the $150,000 is she made on the Pink Energy Drink," Michael told Radar Online.

"Ask Dina."

Lindsay is experiencing a deluge of legal difficulties at the moment.

The starlet was arrested and charged with assault after apparently hitting psychic Tiffany Eve Mitchell in the face at a New York City nightclub in the early hours of Thursday morning. She claims this story is spurious and has reportedly hired a private investigator to unearth more information.

On the same day, Lindsay was also formally charged in Los Angeles with three crimes related to a car accident that occurred in June, after which she lied to police saying that she was not driving during the crash.

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