Recently being accused of stealing a $2,500 necklace, Lindsay Lohan’s finances have been questioned. There’s no public info on what kind of money she has, but the fact that she hasn’t been in any movies lately is a bad sign, OK! Magazine’s Mary Beth Quirk told FOX Business. Her last hit movie, “Mean Girls” was six years ago, said Quirk.
Actor Wesley Snipes has been facing the “Blade” of justice, serving a three-year prison sentence for tax-related misdemeanor convictions. The star of the vampire movie series “Blade” failed to file tax returns between 1999 and 2004, while earning roughly $38 million during that time, according to a Chicago Tribune report.
Unlike Lindsay Lohan, Nicolas Cage hasn’t had trouble working on hit movies, but that hasn’t stopped him from losing his 12,000-square-foot Bel-Air estate to foreclosure. Owing millions in unpaid taxes, the actor also had to “Leave Las Vegas”, as his home there was foreclosed on as well, according to the Associated Press.
Maybe “Debts Gone Wild” would be a more appropriate series for Joe Francis. The founder of “Girls Gone Wild” was indicted Wednesday, accused of owing $2.5 million in gambling debt to the Wynn Las Vegas casino, the Associated Press reported.
“Desperate Housewives” actress Eva Longoria was sued by her ex-nightclub partner for at least $4 million. Her former partner in the Las Vegas Beso club said the actress broke California usury laws. She had loaned the venture $1 million in 2009 on the condition of repayment at 8% interest, according to an Associated Press report. The club declared bankruptcy in January.
Dane Cook's half-brother owes the comedian $12 million after admitting to stealing from him while managing his business. Not sure how quickly he’ll be able to pay up, though, after receiving a sentence of five-to-six years in prison related to the charges, the Associated Press reported.
Lindsay Lohan isn't the only celebrity who might be struggling with cash. Here's a look at other big names who have taken financial hits lately.