Can Charlie Sheen Deduct His Hookers?

If Charlie Sheen, come April 15th, tries to deduct his hookers from his taxable income, he won't be the first man to try. William G. Halby has bravely blazed that trail before him. The retired Brooklyn lawyer's deductions for prostitutes, massages, pornography and other sex-related activities were claimed as "medical expenses." Halby's disallowed deductions included $40,588 for "therapeutic sex," $70,776 for "massage therapy to relieve osteoarthritis and enhance erectile function through...Full Story
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