Donald Trump announced the new cast of “Celebrity Apprentice” today and it’s reliably chock full o’ deadbeats.
Debbie Gibson: The state of California filed a $2,263 tax lien against the ’80s pop star in November 2008 with the Los Angeles County Recorder of Deeds.
Victoria Gotti: The state of New York filed a $36,096 tax warrant against the reality show star and daughter of mob boss John Gotti in December 2008. The tax bill was released five months later. The IRS tried to rub her out with a $29,367 tax lien in December 2001, but the bill was released in March 2005.
Lisa Lampanelli: The Queen of Mean filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in July 1992.
Dee Snider: Think that teacher in the We’re Not Gonna Take It video was angry? Try the IRS after the Twisted Sister singer stiffed the feds for $10,519. The tax lien was filed in 1991 and released two years later. It was the second tax lien filed against Snider. In 1990, the IRS filed a $9,533 lien against him.
Teresa Giudice: “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” “star” filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2009.
Adam Carolla: The “Loveline” host and podcaster owed $590 to the state of California in 1994, according to public records. The bill was released the following year.
Lou Ferrigno: Between 1989 and 1993, the state of California filed three tax liens against “The Incredible Hulk” star totaling more than $25,000.