LAURYN HILL PLEADS GUILTY TO NONPAYMENT OF TAXES
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Lauryn Hill is owning up to her tax dodges. Hill pleaded guilty Friday to three counts of failing to file tax returns for earnings of $1.5 million earned between 2005 and 2007. Her attorney says Hill will pay the taxes she owes. After the charges were brought last month, Hill had posted a statement saying she didn't pay taxes because she withdrew from society to protect her family. Her sentencing will be in late November. She faces a maximum of one year in prison for each of the three charges.