After spending three months in prison last year (and an extra three months confined to her home), singer Lauryn Hill has popped up in the news again for similarly reported tax evasion.

However, those reports are false according to Hill's publicist Kathryn Frazier of Biz3 Publicity.

The original story was reported by Radar Online, which claimed that Hill avoided paying nearly $1 million U.S. from 2005 to 2011. Frazier noted that the tax information with Radar Online discovered, however, was out of date. She released a statement about the false allegations against Hill, who has been touring since her release from prison.

"Contrary to media gossip (fact checking seems to be a dying art-form) there are no changes in Ms. Hill's legal status. Ms. Hill has finished her sentence, has been fulfilling her agreement with the IRS, and is taking care of all outstanding matters in regards to this situation. She is not in jeopardy of any further charges. The press is reporting on paperwork that had recently been filed, and has now become public record."

Listen to Hill's 2013 cut 'Neurotic Society', which she released last year shortly after her sentencing.