Thursday, May 23, 2013
It's been a tough year for Gary Dourdan, mostly because he's acted like a total jerk. Between getting arrested for drug possession (again) after a major car accident and being arrested for domestic violence, you'd think it couldn't get worse. But for the former CSI star, it has. According to TMZ, Dourdan missed a mortgage payment on his Venice Beach pad back in July, and as of the end of September, he owed more than $61,000 on the home that he bought in 2004 for just shy of a million dollars. Dourdan's in a tough financial fix going into 2012, and so is rapper MC Hammer, whose financial woes are well-documented. The IRS is looking to collect more than $700,000 in back taxes from his most financially troubled years - 1996 and 1997. The lawsuit docs are too legit 2 ignore - they say Hammer must turn over any concert profits to the government. Hammer, don't hurt 'em! Hammer, aka Stanley Burrell, filed for bankruptcy in 1996 after racking up $13 million in debt. Bet you can't touch that.