Hatch Stumbles Over Tax Evasion



Hatch has found guilty due to his 2000 and 2001 failing income report

The Survivor Hatch was sentenced guilty by the U.S. Attorney's office for his 2000 and 2001 failing income report. As Federal prosecutors said on Tuesday that Hatch (43) was charged for omitting the $1 million seven-figured check he won at the first TV's original Survivor reality show in 2000. Besides, he also omitted the $10,000 he picked up as an appearance fee for the top-rated August 2000 Survivor finale special.

While on his 2001 tax year return, Hatch didn't mention the $321,139 he earned from a Boston radio station. If later on he was proven to be guilty, then for every of those charge Hatch had threaten a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison plus a $250,000 fine.

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