She will also spend three months on home confinement in Newark, New Jersey.
Before being sentenced, AP reported that her attorney argued that she had already paid over $970,000 to cover what she owed. Hill faced a maximum sentence of one year per count, and was charged on three counts.
She was quoted, according to TMZ, saying the following prior to the sentencing:
"I was put into a system I didn't know the nature of. ... I'm a child of former slaves. I got into an economic paradigm and had that imposed on me," Hill said.
She continued, "I sold 50 million units ... now I'm up here paying a tax debt. If that's not likened to slavery, I don't know what is."
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