Actor Nicolas Cage is in tax trouble again.
Last year Cage settled one IRS debt. Now he's been slapped with a $6.26 million tax lien.
According to WebCPA (via the Detroit News), the IRS filed the lien in New Orleans against Cage's $3.55 million Big Easy mansion.
This is just the latest tax trouble for the star of the National Treasure movies. Last fall, Cage agreed to pay $666,000 plus interest after the IRS said that between 2002 and 2004, he and his company had improperly deducted $3.3 million in personal costs as business expenses,
WebCPA notes that Cage's next film project is “Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans,” which also stars a couple of other Hollywood stars with their own tax troubles.
The film cast also includes Val Kilmer, who had a $538,858 tax lien filed against him in New Jersey in July, and Vondie Curtis-Hall, who, along with his production company, is facing more than $350,000 in various tax liens filed by the IRS and California tax officials.