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The O.J. Simpson state is getting slapped with quite the tax bill after his death...

O.J. Simpson avoided paying Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman's families millions when he was alive -- and now, from beyond the grave, he might be dodging them again ... TMZ has learned.

While Malcolm LaVergne -- O.J.'s longtime lawyer and now executor of his estate -- made it clear he intended to talk money with Nicole and Ron's respective loved ones ... Malcom says an unforeseen tax debt is creating a new hurdle.

Malcolm tells TMZ ... the state of California has a massive tax lien against Simpson's estate for $572,402.69 -- which he says could derail his plan to settle part of the $33.5 million judgment O.J. owed his victims' families after the 1997 wrongful death lawsuit.
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SmelvinRat16 days
OJ's legacy continues...
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FredBear16 days
(If you drive a car, car) I'll tax the street
(If you try to sit, sit) I'll tax your seat
(If you get too cold, cold) I'll tax the heat
(If you take a walk, walk) I'll tax your feet

Now my advice for those who die (taxman)
Declare the pennies on your eyes (taxman)
'Cause I'm the taxman
Yeah, I'm the taxman
And you're working for no one but me (taxman)
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cajunmud16 days
The tax on our wages/labor has to be voluntary or it would be slavery...plain and a country of laws and not men.

Our system of taxation is based upon VOLUNTARY assessment and payment, NOT upon DISTRAINT. ~ U.S. Supreme Court - Flora v. U.S.
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TheWalrus16 days
“Executor” should have executed him long ago
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