Actress Jaime Pressly is reportedly facing tax liens from the IRS and the state of California totaling over $637,000.
The former star of the TV situation comedy “My Name Is Earl,” about a man who wins a $100,000 lottery, had a tax lien of $260,370 filed against her in December by the IRS in Los Angeles, and an earlier tax lien filed last September by the IRS for $281,699, according to the Detroit News. The state of California also filed a lien against Pressly for $95,080 last June.
The 33-year-old actress was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving earlier this month and released on $15,000 bail. “My Name Is Earl” was canceled in 2009 after running for four seasons.
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