03:36 AM EDT 11/28/2014
Originally posted 01/23/2006 09:00AM
Original $1-million Survivor winner Richard Hatch, now on trial in Providence, R.I., for alleged tax evasion, testified that the CBS show's producers promised they would pay his taxes, even though he signed a contract saying he would fork over the government's share of any winnings.
Originally posted 09/19/2005 02:00PM
Richard Hatch, Survivor's first $1 million winner, on Monday entered a plea of not guilty to charges that he skipped out on paying taxes on his windfall from the CBS show as well as on additional earnings amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Originally posted 09/09/2005 08:00AM
Richard Hatch, who the first $1 million winner on Survivor, was indicted Thursday for failing to pay taxes on his winnings from the CBS reality show.
Originally posted 03/04/2005 08:00AM
Richard Hatch is even braver than he proved to be on the original Survivor: He's saying no to the IRS.
Originally posted 01/26/2005 08:35AM
Original Survivor winner Richard Hatch faced the bare facts Tuesday at his arraignment in a Rhode Island federal court, where he was charged with skipping taxes on his $1 million prize from the hit CBS reality show.
Originally posted 01/18/2005 02:00PM
Perhaps original Survivor winner Richard Hatch thought nobody would notice his $1 million win on the highly-rated reality show, but the Internal Revenue Service slapped the nudity buff with two felony tax-evasion counts — and he has agreed to plead guilty, according to the Associated Press
Originally posted 03/05/2004 10:15AM
For a time, there were some explosive charges being lobbied by "Survivor: All-Stars" contestant Susan Hawk against fellow player Richard Hatch, both of whom are now off the CBS reality show -- Hatch by vote of the Tribal Council last week, and Hawk by her own choice, as shown on Thursday night's episode.
Originally posted 02/27/2004 12:00PM
It wasn't easy to tell who was lying to whom in the final minutes of Thursday's "Survivor: All-Stars," but it quickly became clear that everyone was lying to Richard Hatch.
Originally posted 02/06/2004 1:48PM
NAVY Seal Rudy Boesch is now the second castaway to be booted off "Survivor: All-Stars," having been given the boot by his quickly dwindling Saboga tribe members on Thursday night's installment of "Survivor: All-Stars."
Originally posted 01/12/2004 01:00PM
Richard's back -- but no word on whether he's still naked. The granddaddy of reality TV shows is coming back with "Survivor: All-Stars," kicking off after the CBS Super Bowl telecast on Feb. 1, the Associated Press reports.
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