Christie Brinkley Forgets to Pay Tax, Promises to Settle It by Nov. 7

Christie Brinkley Forgets to Pay Tax, Promises to Settle It by Nov. 7

The veteran supermodel Christie Brinkley, 56, has to pay as much as $500,000 as tax bill which has been handed to her by the Federal Government. But, it was not an intentional act, said Brinkley, who further said that she would make sure her dues are cleared by December 7.

She got know from the America's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) which issued a list of people who have not paid their tax and her named topped the list. It is said that the amount is quite small in front of her as she is the owner of whooping $80 million.

Tax lien was sent to her towered mansion on Brick Kiln Road in Bridgehampton and that was the time when she got to know that she has committed a mistake by ignoring her finances. She informed tax lien got filed against her on November 21 and Suffolk County, New York.

Four times married ageless beauty said: “My taxes will be paid in full by Wednesday, December 7th and I expect the tax lien to be released immediately thereafter. I regret not paying more attention to my accounting”.

Recently she made an appearance at the Ides of March premiere in New York and looked stunning and best of her health. During the event she informed that she has lots of projects in the pipeline and that could be the reason that she forgot to give her tax.

She is quite excited about her skincare range, which she is taking up with the help of former L’Oreal Chief Executive Jim Morrison. She finds it a wholesome combo as she said she has spent years in fashion industry and Morrison knows the basic of beauty industry.

So she thinks combination of their expertise, beauty and fashion would bring fruitful results.


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