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The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Ivana Trump -- the former Mrs. Donald and mother of Ivanka, Donald Jr. and Eric -- failed to pay a $145,216 tax bill because of all the excitement surrounding her $3 million wedding to Rossano Rubicondi.

According to The Daily Dish, "Trump was named and shamed by Florida authorities after failing to pay the property tax on her $10 million estate."

I say leave this woman alone. Not only did she marry Donald Trump, she slept with him enough times to have 3 children. Anyone who did that should not have to pay taxes again. She's suffered enough! I know that she received a reported divorce settlement of more than $40 million but still. That's not nearly enough for putting up with him.


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