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Eight-time Grammy-winner Lauryn Hill pleaded guilty in the summer of 2012 to not paying federal taxes on more than $1.5 million earned over three years. She was eventually sentenced to three months in prison and served all but a few days of her sentence, being released for good behavior on October 4, 2013. She also had to pay $970,000 in back taxes and penalties and spend another three months in home confinement.
If tax day makes you nervous, rest assured you've got some famous company. There are several celebrities who have faced the wrath of the tax man in a big way.
One of the four gubernatorial candidates has withdrawn from an Oahu forum scheduled for Friday.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin told his German counterpart Friday that he had to "act decisively" to send a humanitarian convoy into Eastern Ukraine despite what he called "Kiev's blatant attempts" to halt such ai...