OCALA, Fla. – Actor Wesley Snipes must reimburse the government in prosecution costs for his tax conviction.
According to court documents, U.S. District Court Judge William Terrell Hodges ruled last week the action film star must reimburse the government about $217,000. Snipes, star of the "Blade" trilogy and "White Men Can't Jump" among other movies, had objected to the cost.
A message left with Snipes' attorney was not immediately returned Tuesday.
A jury convicted Snipes in February of three counts of willfully failing to file his income taxes. He has appealed the convictions and his three-year prison sentence.
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