Every day he waits for his agent to call and tell him they're talking about "Blade 4." TheWrap reports:

That should be easy to prove. Mr. Snipes, is this your signature on the charge slip? Yes. And you're not paying this $968 dinner tab . . . because? Because the restaurant has no authority over me, according to a little-known provision in the Constitution that prohibits tavern owners from seizing the property of another person across state lines without a writ from the posse comitatus. Uh huh. And why are you currently in jail? A difference of opinion over my interpretation of the Constitution. Uh huh. So, when you used your card to pay for these things, did you intend to pay? I invoke my Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

Bottom line? They'll be lucky to see half of it. Unless there's a Blade 4, but the government probably has dibs on future earnings.