The `Splash` actress - who is thought to be worth $15 million - has been hit with a federal lien from the Inland Revenue Service, although her manager Chuck Binder isn`t concerned and is already signing her up for future film projects.
He said: "I just made a deal for her. So whatever kind of things that are owed, if she does owe, will get cleaned up next week."
This isn`t the first time, Daryl, 50, has been in trouble with the law.
In 2009, she was arrested after taking part in a protest against mountaintop coalmining - which sees the tops of mountains blown away to help miners get at deposits inside - during which a West Virginia road was blocked.
Daryl - who is a long-term environmental activist - and 30 other people blocked traffic by sitting on a stretch of road outside a Massey Energy Company plant, prompting police to intervene.
State Police Sergeant Michael Baylous said: "Tensions were pretty high. But nobody got hurt and we`re pleased with that."
The protestors were cited for impeding traffic and obstructing an officer and released.