New Music May Keep Lauryn Hill Out Of Prison
During a court hearing on Monday, Hill was given two weeks to pay $504,000 in back taxes. The singer entered a guilty plea last year to failing to pay federal taxes on $1.8 million that she earned between 2005 and 2007.
NJ.com reports that during Monday's court hearing Assistant U.S. Attorney Sandra Moser revealed that singer had signed a new record deal with Sony where she would earn $1 million for recording five new songs. She reportedly would make more for an entire new album.