Nearly six months after serving a prison sentence for tax evasion, the IRS is after singer Lauryn Hill again. Hill has been ordered by the IRS to pay seven liens totaling nearly $867,000.
The IRS claims Hill owed $261,838.19 for 2011 taxes and has continuously owed since 2006, according to tax documents obtained by Radar Online.
The former singer of The Fugees was convicted last May of failing to pay almost $1 million in taxes.
Currently, Hill is touring nationally and will headline a handful of festivals this summer including Bonnaroo and Electric Forest.
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