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In the past, whenever we’ve heard Lindsay Lohan‘s name, it was almost always bad. So the fact that we haven’t really heard too much from her or about her as of late has been kind of nice. Sure, it’s mostly because she’s been living overseas — London and Dubai, mainly — and keeping to herself, but now People is here to mess with all those feelings of hope we had for the actress. According to a recently filed tax lien the magazine unearthed, LiLo owes $100,710.55 in back taxes from 2010, 2014 and 2015.

During those years, she didn’t do too much. She had a minor role in the movie Machete. She made a cameo appearance on an episode of 2 Broke Girls. And there was her reality show on Oprah Winfrey‘s OWN network.

And despite all those bit parts, Lohan seemed good and, more importantly, healthier. She even resurfaced in New York recently, and explained why she’s loving her new life.

“I love living in New York, but I do love the serenity and peace that I find living in the Middle East because there are no cameras in Dubai and I can actually focus on what I want to do in life,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “I don’t always have to be scrutinized every second. I can have a private life and have a public life, but when I choose to. And I think that’s really important.”

You know what else is important? Paying your taxes. Hmm, if she’s still on good terms with Charlie Sheen, maybe he can give her another $100K. Though we think even Sheen knows not to fall for that again.

But it would be nice if she could fix this herself. La Lohan co-stars on a U.K. series called Sick Note and will be back for its second season next year. Hopefully the cheques she gets from that, and whatever appearances she’s making in the Middle East, will help her get rid of her debt — all on her own, like the adult that she is.