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In 1990, Willie Nelson had nearly everything he owned confiscated and sold by the IRS to pay a mountain of back taxes and fines due to fund mismanagement by his accounting firm. One of his few possessions to escape confiscation was his iconic guitar, Trigger—all thanks to his daughter, who smuggled the guitar out of his home in Texas and hid it in Hawaii until the heat died down.

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In 1990, Willie Nelson had nearly everything he owned confiscated and sold by the IRS to pay a mountain of back taxes and fines due to fund mismanagement by his accounting firm. One of his few possessions to escape confiscation was his iconic guitar, Trigger—all thanks to his daughter, who smuggled the guitar out of his home in Texas and hid it in Hawaii until the heat died down.

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