The Internal Revenue Service seized the bank accounts of actress Lindsay Lohan, citing more than $200,000 in unpaid taxes and fines and numerous attempts to collect the debt.
Actress Lindsay Lohan, pictured during a court hearing, rejected a plea agreement Thursday offered by prosecutors in a grand theft case that included a guaranteed return to jail. She told a Superior Court judge she agreed to delaying her case until a preliminary hearing when prosecutors will present evidence against her. Lohan is accused of taking a $2,500 necklace from a Venice jewelry store. UPI/David McKnew/Pool
Things are getting even worse for troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan.
According to TMZ, the IRS seized all of Lohan's bank accounts after her tax problems became so extreme--to the tune of $233,904 in outstanding debts--they will no longer wait for the Liz & Dick actress to pay up.
The IRS liens are for 2009 and 2010. A generous $100,000 check from Charlie Sheen last week barely starts to fill in her financial hole.
Lohan also faces potential jail time after her arrest last week for getting in a fight in a New York club and for allegedly lying about a car accident earlier this year.