Lauryn Hill Could Use a Hand Here

Actually, Judge Madeline Cox Arleo knows that Ms. Hill is a person with "substantial assets" so she's not sure why it has taken so long to come up with the $504k that she owes in criminal tax liability. Nevertheless, Judge Arleo is giving her two weeks to cough it up and Hill's attorney, Nathan Hochman (who is also representing Bryan Shaw, strangely enough) says she's working on obtaining a $650k loan, using two properties as security. Nicolas Cage is NOT impressed. [Star-Ledger

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