Unlikely? I agree. Preposterous? Perhaps. But Vincent Burroughs of Oregon has sued the IRS and IRS Agent Dora Abrahamson claiming she threatened him with penalties in his tax audit if he didn’t, er, come across. See Vincent Burroughs Accuses IRS Agent Dora Abrahamson of Coercing Sex by Using Threat of Tax Penalty. This is no laughing matter–the plaintiff wants punitive damages.
After all, it was put up or shut up, the suit claims, which hardly sounds like a Nicholas Sparks romance. The story opens when the IRS contacted Mr. Burroughs for an audit in August 2011. The IRS agent flirted with him over the telephone and via text messages, the suit claims, offered him massages and sent him a photo of herself in her underwear. Mr. Burroughs claims he ignored her advances, only surrendering when she came to his home “provocatively attired.”
Mr. Burroughs claims he ignored her advances, only surrendering when she came to his home “provocatively attired.”
Great, now the IRS will come right to your house to screw you!