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'Meet the Parents' Star

Meet Your Nipple-Free

Tax Lien

8/5/2013 12:15 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

0804_Teri-Polo_gettyBen Stiller: I milked a cat once can milk anything with nipples.
Robert DeNiro: I have nipples Greg could you milk me?

Probably not. You also can't milk the U.S. Government ... which just slapped "Meet the Parents" star Teri Polo with a chunky tax lien ... to the tune of $122,000.

Uncle Sam filed the lien earlier this year against the actress -- who played Ben Stiller's wife Pam Focker in all 257 "MTP" sequels.

According to docs, Teri still owes taxes from 2011: a cool $122,929.07

Teri apparently made a killing that year  ... starring in a TV series called "Man Up", guest starring on "Law & Order" and "Castle" and filming a bunch of XMAS-themed TV movies.

Mother Focker.


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As an attorney/accountant, I advise everyone to always pay your taxes, especially the Federal ones, state taxes too.. but especially the Fed's.

Uncle Sam wants his vajizajaggle. And don't even think about pulling the race card.. only color green matters to Uncle Sam, you could be glitter color for all he care.

415 days ago


U.S. Government ... Just Slapped Teri Polo With a Chunky Tax Lien ...To The Tune Of $123,000.00.........Mother Focker...........If She Does NOT Pay Then Lock Her Up !

415 days ago


Actually, given the right cir***stances, men are able to lactate.
Women who have not had children can too.

415 days ago

Genghis Khan    

She's bulked up quite nicely....Must have eaten the money....

415 days ago

Jamey Hunter    

Another so-called celebrity trying to get out of paying taxes. Unbelievable. Who is supposed to pay for her? The normal tax payers?

415 days ago


She needs to go to jail for doing those stinky Fockner movies.

415 days ago


She's on a new tv show called "The Fosters" which has been renewed for a second season. I am sure she will be able to pay it off or work something out with the IRS to pay the debt owed.

415 days ago

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