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Tyson's ex-wife sued for unpaid taxes

US authorities sue actress Robin Givens

US federal authorities have asked a Florida court to enter a formal judgment
against the former wife of heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson for $300,000 (£198,000)
in unpaid taxes.

Actress Robin Givens has been accused of failing to pay taxes stretching back
13 years, according to
webcpa.com

The sum includes $222,000 (£146,000) in taxes and $70,000 (£46,000) in
interest and penalties.

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