An IRS sex lawsuit was filed by an Oregon man claiming an agent tried coercing him into sexual activity to avoid a tax penalty, FOX News reports Feb. 7. Vincent Burroughs filed legal documents last week against the federal government and Dora Abrahamson from Cottage Grove, Ore..
In 2011 Burroughs was contacted about an audit by the IRS agent, which soon resulted in flirtatious phone calls and texting for the next two months. Abrahamson allegedly sent him photos of herself clad in only underwear.
"She was sending me texts that she wanted to come out, give me massages because she needed to help me relax," Burroughs states in legal documents reported by KVAL News in Eugene, Ore..
Burroughs claims he resisted the temptations at first, but chose to have sex with her in his home Sept. 2011 in order to avoid a tax penalty.
"She said that she could impose no penalty, or a 40 percent penalty, and that if he would give her what she wanted, she would give him what she needed,” according to the IRS sex lawsuit.
Burroughs wants restitution from the federal government for employing Abrahamson. He claims they didn't enforce rules involving the Privacy Act.