Hill declined to speak after the hearing, but her attorney, Nathan Hochman, indicated that she plans on paying back the taxes owed. U.S. Magistrate Michael Shipp agreed to delay the sentencing from early October to late November in order to give Hill time to make payment.
When Shipp asked Hill if anyone had directly or indirectly influenced
her decision to plead guilty, Hill gave an enigmatic response that
seemed to promise a future statement: "Indirectly, I've been advised my
ability to speak out directly is for another time, at sentencing."