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Fallen Star: ‘Partridge Family’ Daughter Suzanne Crough Had Tax Issues, Bankruptcy Before Her Untimely Death — Plus The Latest From The Coroner

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Jul. 6 2015, Updated 7:43 p.m. ET

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Partridge Family star Suzanne Crough's sudden death at age 52 earlier this week stunned fans who remembered her as fresh-faced red-headed Partridge daughter Tracy. But like many child stars, she receded from the spotlight after her early fame — and RadarOnline.com has learned, she struggled with financial issues before her passing.

According to records obtained by Radar, the former TV star and her husband William B. Condray filed for joint Chapter 7 bankruptcy in April 1994. It was discharged four months later.

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She also was slapped with several tax liens over the years, none of which have any public record of being paid:

+ $810 California state tax lien filed in July 1992

+ $6,903 California state tax lien filed in September 1992

+ $113 California state tax lien filed in November 1992

+ $407 Riverside County tax lien filed in November 1992

+ $381 Riverside County tax lien filed in October 1993

+ $80 California state tax lien filed in December 1993

+ $650 California state tax lien filed in July 1999

+ $533 California state tax lien filed in July 1999

+ $201 California state tax lien filed in July 1999

+ $134 California state tax lien filed in July 1999

+ $378 Riverside County tax lien filed in January 2011

+ $378 Riverside County tax lien filed in November 2001

+ $381 Riverside County tax lien filed in January 2013

That represents a total of $11,349 in liens. Crough was also hit with thousands more in liens over the years that she did pay off:

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+ $4,051 federal tax lien filed in March 1994, and released in April 1998

+ $2,567 federal tax lien filed in March 1994, and released in May 1996

+ $4,789 federal tax lien filed in February 1996, and released in September

+ $550 California state tax lien filed in July 1999 and released in June 2002

+$533 California state tax lien filed in July 1999 and released in May 2002

+ $201 California state tax lien filed in July 1999 and released in June 2002

+ $134 California state tax filed in July 1999 and released in June 2002

+ $17,371 federal tax lien filed in May 2011, and released in September 2011

That's a total of $30,196 in taxes that were temporarily unpaid.

At the time of Condray's death, she was a manager at Office Max, and her husband, a former highway patrolman, is a divorce lawyer.

“I can't tell you the number of sacrifices she made in order for me to get through law school and for our kids,” her husband told the Associated Press. “She was truly a devout mother.”

As Radar reported, she was found dead in her Laughlin, Nevada, home on Monday, April 27. Police reportedly said she suffered a “medical incident."

An autopsy took place on Wednesday, April 29, but the Clark County Coroner's office told Radar Thursday that there are no conclusive findings yet.

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