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Kirstie Alley says she's paying late Fla taxes

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CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) — Actress Kirstie Alley says she is paying $41,000 in property taxes from last year on her Tampa-area mansion after published reports noted the delinquency.

The "Cheers" star and recent "Dancing With the Stars" runner-up called it an oversight. A spokesman released a statement Thursday saying "we were not aware of the amount owed, and her accountant never received the bill."

Pinellas County tax records showed Alley owed $41,395, including fees and interest, on the $1.73 million mansion on Clearwater Harbor that she bought in 2008. The 2010 tax bill was due April 1.

Tax office spokesman Chad McLeod confirmed that one of Alley's representatives called Thursday and promised to send a certified check.

 

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