The Internal Revenue Service reportedly sent a tax lien for $6,410,449.20 to Academy Award-winning actor Robert De Niro for his 2013 taxes, but it has now been paid after the notice went to the wrong address.
De Niros spokesman Stan Rosenfied told the Web site The Smoking Gun that the notices were sent to an old address and once the actor found out about his overdue taxes, the full amount was hand-delivered to the IRS on Thursday morning.
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