Pamela Anderson has just been hit with a tax lien of over $300,000, according to reports.
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A new report has revealed that the former "Baywatch" star was hit with a double tax lien totaling over $300,000. The tax liens were filed by different branches of the government.
The first tax lien was filed by the IRS and will set Anderson back $259,395.75. The bill is a total of unpaid taxes that accrued during 2011, according to TMZ. But it is not the only bill that Anderson was hit with. The former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant was also hit with a second tax lien, which was filed by that state of California, according to the report. The second bill showed that Anderson owed $112,118.90 in back taxes to the state. The total for both debts comes out to over $370,000.
The next question was whether or not Anderson would be able to afford the hefty bill. Her only television appearance this year in the U.S. was on "RuPaul's Drag Race," for which she served as a guest judge. Anderson also appeared on two other shows in other countries; both times she was making a guest appearance.
But despite her seeming lack of work this year, it would appear that Anderson is still making enough money to cover her tax debts. According to CelebrityNetWorth.com, the PETA volunteer is worth over $5 million a year.
Anderson has worked in modeling since 1989. In addition to her most popular roles on "Home Improvement" and "Bay Watch" she was also Playmate of the Month in February 1990. In 2010, she was a contestant on "Dancing With the Stars."
The tax debt is not Anderson's first. A year before her "Dancing With the Stars" debut she was hit with a tax lien of over $1.7 million, according to TMZ.
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