An Internal Revenue Service tax examiner was arrested and charged with improperly accessing the tax records of celebrities and sports figures.

John Snyder, 56, was accused of misdemeanor charges of looking up information on 197 stars, including Eddie Albert, Kevin Bacon, Alec Baldwin, Timothy Bottoms, Chevy Chase, John Cleese, Portia De Rossi, Sally Field, Steffi Graf, coach Marvin Lewis, Penny Marshall, Randy Quaid, Tara Reid, Maura Tierney and Vanna White. He also checked information on ballplayers from the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs, as well as his next-door neighbor.

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