TaxAdministration‘Bandit’ Burt Reynolds makes list of top tax evaders

'Bandit' Burt Reynolds makes list of top tax evaders

Smokey and the Bandit star owes Californian authorities $225,000 in unpaid taxes

Smokey and the Bandit star Burt Reynolds could soon be feeling the long arm
of law for real, after being named in California’s list of top tax evaders.

The Cannonball Run actor owes the taxman $225,000 (£150,000) according to the
annual list, put out by state controller John Chaing. Another celebrity with a
large outstanding tax bill is singer Dionne Warwick, who owes $2.18m.

However, one celebrity that has managed to drop off the list is former sports
star O.J. Simpson, on account of the notorious star being in prison for leading
an armed holdup, reported
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