The Internal Revenue Service is reportedly after Golden State Warriors owner Chris Cohan for some $160 million in back taxes.Cohan, a former cable television mogul, has been legally fighting with the agency for years over the 1998 sale of his former company, Sonic Communications.
The sale to Charter Communications brought Cohan more than $200 million, and the federal governments wants to collect its share -- which it claims stands at about $95 million in past due taxes and another $66 million in penalties.
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