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Subsequently, around August 2014, Hammond created a fraudulent document, which appeared to be a second withdrawal of the Federal tax lien that had been filed against Hammond in 2013.
Hammond caused the fraudulent document to be filed in the 19th Judicial District Court, thereby concealing the existence of the lien from public records checks.
Hammond then recommended that Southern contact an acquaintance of his to take over for the concert.
Southern did so, and executed a new contract with the individual.
Hammond, in fact, knew the IRS had not prepared, approved, or executed this withdrawal and did not wish to remove the lien it had properly filed and recorded.
In early 2016, Hammond’s tax liability remained outstanding and the IRS began issuing levy notices to banks, businesses, and other entities that may have held funds belonging to Hammond or had previously reported paying wages to Hammond.
Hammond, however, did not pay his outstanding tax liability over the next two years.
Furthermore, during 2012, Hammond contacted the IRS revenue officer assigned to his case and claimed to have on the phone with him an individual whom he identified as a “Vice President” at Fidelity Bank.
Hammond then falsely represented to the tenant that IRS had released the levy and that he was paying the IRS.
On August 28, 2017, in the Eastern District of California, former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) employees Della Ornelas and Randall Ruff pled guilty to aiding and assisting in the preparation of fraudulent income tax returns and offenses by officers and employees of the United States for making fraudulent tax returns.
According to the court documents, at all times relevant to the charges, Ornelas and Ruff were both IRS employees working in Fresno, California.
When Hammond failed to pay any of his outstanding tax liability, the IRS filed a Notice of Tax Lien against him for 4,758.62 in the 19th Judicial District Court for East Baton Rouge Parish in September 2011.
From approximately October 2011 through about June 2016, Hammond corruptly endeavored to impede and obstruct the due administration of the Internal Revenue laws by making false representations to the IRS and others regarding the status of his unpaid tax liability.