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Thuy LI - Thuy-Duyen Thi Huynh Amateur Playboy Model THUY LI - TAX EVASION - TAX FRAUD - TAX CHEAT!!!! Has been reported to the IRS and tax authorities in California. BEWARE!!!! Internet
Below is an abridged version of referral complaints made with the IRS (March 2013) and the California Franchise Tax Board (June 2013) regarding amateur Playboy model Thuy Li (real name Thuy-Duyen Thi Huynh) long running tax evasion. In a deposition on April 16, 2013 while under oath, Thuy Li admitted to not reporting a substantial amount of her income to either the IRS or the FTB. That information along with banking and credit card records has been turned over to the IRS and the FTB. I have been informed that an investigation into these allegations is underway. This report will be updated as more information becomes available. If she wants to dispute these allegations, Thuy Li is free to take legal action which will of course require her to produce her tax records. [continued below]....
Re: Federal and State Income Tax Evasion/Obstruction Referral
Thuy-Duyen Thi Huynh AKA “THUY LI”
Thuy-Duyen Thi Huynh aka Thuy Li is a 28-year old amateur Playboy model and “bikini bartender”. She is a resident of Irvine, CA and previously lived in Tustin, CA and Orange, CA. Over the last 10 years she has bragged about not reporting a substantial amount of her income, approximately $100,000 per year. Ms. Huynh has stated on several occasions that she makes over $500 (sometimes as much as a $1,000 or more) a day in tips and never reports any of them. She has claimed that for the last 7 years she has averaged more than $10,000 a month in tips. There are email messages from her that support this. There is no question that Ms. Huynh is displaying an astonishing level of depraved indifference to the law and the authority of the FTB. At the bottom are all of her bank account and credit card numbers as well as the location of her safe deposit box at Wells Fargo.
An example of how much income Ms.Huynh is not reporting each year is her 2010 IRS tax return. That year she claimed that she made approximately $14,800 in income although her cost of living and spending habits show that she really made more than $100,000. Her total rent that year was $18,180, which she paid from her earnings. She paid more than $25,000 to American Express and over $35,000 for her Citibank credit card. She also wrote checks or made withdrawals for another $15,000 from her Wells Fargo and Chase checking accounts. She paid $7,000 in cash to Dr. Frederic Corbin, M.D. for breast augmentation and $3,000 to Dr. Richard Moy for foot surgery. That is over $100,000 in spending in one year alone, on reported income of under $15,000. This was not a one-off year – it is the same situation every year going back to the early 2000s.
In October, 2008, Huynh was sued for embezzlement and accounting fraud in Superior Court, (Case# 30-2008-00113957-CU-BT-CJC, The Lounge Network III v. Thuy Huynh). She filed a cross-complaint in December, 2008 claiming she had invested over $40,000 (that she earned) into the venture. She also claimed that she was owed over $40,000 in back wages for 2007. In December, 2011 the case was settled and Huynh bragged that she received a settlement for $75,000. She also openly bragged that not only did she not pay any taxes on the settlement, but she never even reported the settlement to the IRS/FTB.
In January, 2012 Huynh purchased a brand new $55,000 Lexus from South County Lexus in Mission Viejo, CA. On her reported income she was able to make a $15-20,000 down payment. Her monthly payments are over $600 a month. Before she made the purchase, she asked someone to lie to the IRS in the event there were questions about the source of her down payment.
Ms. Huynh is involved in another lawsuit in Orange County, Case# 30-2012-00564239-CU-BC-CJC. Her attorney was Michael C. O’Young, SB#260953. Ms. Huynh was deposed in that lawsuit April 15-16, 2013. In the deposition she stated, under oath, that she never reports her tips to either the IRS or the FTB. She also admitted to making upwards of $600 a day and to working 4 shifts a week. That works out to more then $2000 a week or $10,000 a month in unreported income. I am certain that the transcripts will be very valuable to any investigation by the IRS/FTB. Michael C. O’Young recently withdrew as her attorney and he has been replaced by a new attorney.
Ms. Huynh maintains an E-Trade account that at one time had over $35,000. It is connected to her Wells Fargo checking account. She also claims that she has a safe deposit box at Wells Fargo (up for renewal May, 2013) and that it contains over $150,000 in cash. She also maintains a large safe in her home that she says contains anywhere from $25,000 to $50,000.
In addition to her work for Playboy and a bikini bartender, Ms. Huynh has a number of side jobs where she makes money under the table. They include go-go dancing, ring girl, private bartender, modeling, escorting, and card dealing. She has bragged that she makes a significant amount of money from these side jobs that she never reports.
Thuy-Duyen Thi Huynh
AKA “THUY LI”
Salty Dawg Tavern
1214 N. Parker St
Orange, CA 92867
355 El Camino Real
Tustin, CA 92780
The Pump Room
1532 W Chapman Ave
Max's Sports Grill
18862 Beach Blvd
Huntington Beach, CA
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