The Franchise Tax Board in California posted their list of the 500 biggest income-tax delinquents in the Golden State, who are in the red to the collective tune of $233 million.
Anderson made it with $524,241 in unpaid taxes.
According to the site, “Nearly 90 percent of taxpayers pay the taxes they owe. Those who don’t pay contribute to California’s tax gap — the difference between taxes owed to the state and taxes actually paid.”
The gap is estimated to be $10 billion, the website reported.
Anderson’s lien was filed three years ago; in 2010, a year after the embarrassing business affair going public, Anderson said, “It’s my own fault, I take full responsibility.
“I was in a construction lawsuit and I’m still in that lawsuit and that was a little snowball effect last year. I kinda got myself in a little trouble last year. I hate to owe anybody anything and it just feels terrible to be in a situation — that I think a lot of people are these days, so I’m working on it.”