Lindsay Lohan Tax Debt: 'Not Her Fault'


Yesterday, we heard the news that the IRS had seized Lindsay Lohan's bank accounts for unpaid taxes the troubled actress still owed ($234,000 in back taxes, according to TMZ). We also learned a while back that fellow "Scary Movie 5" actor Charlie Sheen, of all people, had loaned Lohan $100,000 to help take care of her mounting debt.

Now the "Liz & Dick" star is allegedly distraught over the latest blow to her comeback that never happened. The New York Post quotes a source that said "Lindsay is freaking out" and that the actress is "doing what she always does, which is to say it's not her fault and point the finger at someone else in her team. She says she didn't know anything about it ... she's broke and it's not her fault."

For what it's worth, Lohan's managers are on track to resolve her tax debts by the end of the year. "The people hired to take care of it are taking care of and it will be resolved by the end of the year," another insider told the publication.