California holding $6 billion in unclaimed money
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) -- Could you use a little cash? The state of California is holding $6 billion in unclaimed money, even celebrities' money.
Giants pitching ace Tim Lincecum has about $8 coming to him from the state of Oregon. Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan has over $1,500 in uncollected wages. Reality star Kim Kardashian has $54 in an old Bank of America account.
The law requires companies to turn over unclaimed money or property to the state after three years.
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