She's suing the Howard Stern radio show for broadcasting her personal call to the IRS

When you call the IRS you expect that your conversation will be confidential. After all, you’re likely going to be sharing tons of personal information with the IRS agent. Confidentiality is what Judith Barrigas expected — what she got instead was her conversation broadcast on Howard Stern’s radio show.  Barrigas had called the IRS in May 2015 to discuss a pending tax case. The agent Barrigas spoke to had called into Stern’s radio show as a listener and was on while he took her call. Stern’s producers overheard her conversation with the IRS agent and decided to put it on air — essentially eavesdropping on her very private call.  Barrigas says she immediately got a barrage of harassing phone calls and texts because she had mentioned her phone number during the call with the IRS agent. She’s suing Stern’s radio show 



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