The lawyer for Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz, R-Utah, said Friday that she had not filed income tax returns for 1994 and that the House ethics committee had begun an inquiry into her false financial disclosure forms.
Also Friday, a federal judge lifted travel restrictions on Joseph Waldholtz, her estranged husband, at the request of federal prosecutors.
Charles H. Roistacher, Enid Waldholtz’s lawyer, said she learned from the Internal Revenue Service this week that her 1994 tax returns had never been filed. Waldholtz said at her press conference Monday that her husband had assured her that the returns were submitted and that she was trying to determine whether that had occurred.
“The guy committed fraud on her and we will file a tax return that correctly reflects her income and what she’s supposed to pay,” Roistacher said.