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Monday, July 10, 2017

Celeb who demanded Trump's tax returns did not file hers

Who's the Boss? Trump's the Boss.

And the actress who played Samantha Micelli (Alyssa Milano) on the "Who's the Boss" TV show demanded to see the Boss's tax returns back in February.

Now she has admitted she has no tax returns to call her own. She said her manager did not pay her taxes.

Alyssa Milano transitioned to a good acting career as an adult, and even had a singing career. But at 44, the ingénue and sexpot roles having gone, she has done what many actresses her age have done and transitioned into politics.

From an essay published in Marie Claire on March 8:
“Most of us thought — no, assumed — that when we woke up on November 9, 2016, we’d be looking into the poised and confident face of the first female president. We stepped up! The powerful Hillary Clinton, a lifelong civil servant, politician, wife, mother, and former First Lady seemed to embody all the glorious elements of a modern leader. Instead, we arose to the sinister smirk of her opponent, the ‘dark horse.’ All we heard were our hearts drop over the deafening mic drop.”
Translation: We didn't get our way. Waah!

She also assumed her manager would pay her taxes.

Or so she contends in a lawsuit against him.

From Variety:
Alyssa Milano has filed a $10 million lawsuit accusing her former business manager of severe misconduct that caused her to spiral into a financial disaster.
The suit accuses accountant Kenneth Hellie and his firm, Hellie, Hoffer & Co., of forging her signature on checks, failing to pay overdue bills and taxes, and inducing her to make bad investments in businesses in which he was also an investor, without disclosing the conflict.
Hellie’s actions, according to the suit, left Milano and her husband, talent agent David Bugliari, “with millions of dollars in debt and their credit in ruins.”
Who's the Boss? Trump's the Boss.

Who needs to pay her taxes? Alyssa Milano.

And who has tax returns? Donald Trump, not Alyssa Milano.

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  1. Even if someone else prepares your taxes, don't you still have to sign them?
    How did that small detail escape her notice year after year?

  2. I guess she was too busy getting tattoos (including on her neck) to notice little things like tax returns and overdue bills. Her lawsuit is a last ditch attempt to blame someone else. Her accountant probably has reams of stuff she signed and never read and now doesn't remember.

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    1. 'ass' didn't come to my mind.

  4. I guess that explains why she supports higher taxes -- she doesn't think she has to pay them!

  5. I've been looking, and no, I can't find any sympathy for her in me.

  6. If boobs were brains she's be a genius.

  7. "If boobs were brains she'd be a genius." Hey, not all frontal lobes are created equal.

    1. Ooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. That's a good 'un!