Donald Trump Wants to Help Jailed Richard Hatch

Celebrity Apprentice contestant Richard Hatch turned himself into U.S. marshals on Monday to begin a nine-month prison sentence, according to The Providence Journal.

But Hatch, who is serving time for failing to pay taxes on his $1 million prize from the first season of Survivor, has someone on the outside who may be willing to help him.

Richard Hatch Is Going Back to Prison

Things just got a whole lot worse than hearing, “You’re fired.”

Richard Hatch, who’s currently appearing on The Celebrity Apprentice, was ordered back behind bars on Friday. He will serve a nine-month sentence for failing to pay taxes on his $1 million prize from the first season of Survivor.

Celebrity Apprentice: Did Richard Hatch Hit David Cassidy?

Celebrity Apprentice kicked off its fourth season Sunday, and while the challenge was to make pizza, the teammates spent more time making enemies.

Star Jones took the lead among the women, and rubbed people the wrong way by letting the rest of the team do prep work in the kitchen while she focused on the graphics for their advertising.

But when the group failed to deliver pizzas for charity, and lost out on a donation worth $35,000, the sniping began.

Stephen's Survivor Blog: My Top 5 Players of All-Time

During Wednesday’s Survivor recap show, we learned that NaOnka has a heart, that Kelly Purple has a voice, that Sash has a final-two deal with every lady in New York, and that Fabio has surpassed Boo as the most injury-prone Survivor ever. But because no strategy played out, there will be no Fishies.

Richard Hatch: Exclusive Jailhouse Interview

As the first Survivor winner, in 2000, Richard Hatch achieved near-iconic status as the man everybody loved to hate. But that’s nothing compared to how Hatch now hates his own life, he tells PEOPLE in an exclusive jailhouse interview that appears in the latest issue.

Survivor's Hatch in Oklahoma Prison

Richard Hatch, who won the first season of Survivor, is facing his biggest challenge yet: prison.

Hatch, 45, has been sent to a federal prison in Oklahoma to serve a 51-month sentence for tax evasion, the Associated Press reports.

He was convicted in January of failing to pay taxes on the $1 million he won on the CBS reality show as well as other income, and was sentenced in May.

Hatch Sentenced to More Than Four Years

Richard Hatch, the original $1 million Survivor winner, was sentenced on Tuesday to 51 months in prison for failing to pay income taxes on his TV prize and other earnings.

Rhode Island U.S. District Judge Ernest Torres said he issued a harsher than expected sentence because Hatch, 45, had committed perjury repeatedly during his trial. The charges carried a maximum of 13 years behind bars. When Hatch was convicted in January, the jurist said he expected to sentence him to 33 to 41 months.

Sentencing Delayed for Survivor's Hatch

There’s been a hold-up in the April sentencing phase of original Survivor winner Richard Hatch’s tax-evasion case.

Hatch, 45, will now be back in court May 16, the Associated Press reports.

He was found guilty in January of failing to pay taxes on his $1 million Survivor prize and other income. The charges carry a maximum of 13 years in prison.

Survivor's Hatch in Protective Custody

Because of his celebrity status, jailed Survivor winner Richard Hatch is being held in protective custody away from other inmates until his April 25 sentencing on tax evasion charges, the Associated Press reports.

In January, Hatch, 45, was found guilty in a Providence, R.I. court of failing to pay taxes on his $1 million Survivor winnings and other income. Considered a flight risk because he owns property in Canada, he was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs and taken into custody in a Plymouth, Mass., jail.

Survivor's Hatch Found Guilty on Tax Charges

Original Survivor winner Richard Hatch has been found guilty of tax evasion, a Providence, R.I., jury decided on Wednesday after a week of trial testimony and less than a day of deliberation.

The 44-year-old Hatch – remembered best as “the fat, naked guy” from the reality series – faces up to 13 years in prison and a fine of $600,000.

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