Lindsay Lohan has $100K tax bill paid for by pal Charlie Sheen – New York Daily News

Lindsay Lohan has $100K tax bill paid for by pal Charlie Sheen - New York Daily News

Lindsay Lohan gets a little help from her friend, Charlie Sheen, who


ERIK ORTIZSunday, November 25, 2012

Guess that’s what Hollywood friends are for.

“Anger Management” star Charlie Sheen reportedly reached
into his bank account to help Lindsay Lohan pay off her outstanding
IRS tab with a $100,000 check, sources told TMZ.

That amounts to almost half of the $233,904 tax bill the starlet
owes Uncle Sam from 2009 and 2010, TMZ said Sunday.


Sheen and Lohan, who’ve each had run-ins with the law and
stints in rehab, became close during the filming of “Scary Movie
5” in September, according to reports. TMZ said the pair spent
time commiserating together on- and off-screen, and Lohan even
mentioned her tax woes to Sheen.

Quantrell D. Colbert/Quantrell D.Colbert Charlie Sheen and Lindsay
Lohan go undercover in ‘Scary Movie 5.’ The two are
reportedly offed in the opening scene.

The 47-year-old actor apparently has the money to spare, with his FX
sitcom getting picked up over the summer for 90 more episodes.
Previously, he banked about $2 million per episode for “Two and
a Half Men” prior to getting booted after his infamous Plaza
Hotel meltdown in October 2010.

Lohan, 26, reportedly declined Sheen’s offer to pay down her
IRS debt, but TMZ said he sent the check to her manager anyway.

If she keeps her finances in check, Lohan should be able to pay the
rest of her back taxes on her own: She’s expected to make more
than $2 million this year from her various jobs. That includes her
acting comeback as Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime biopic, “Liz
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