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Unfortunately - there is nothing you may do tax wise...
That would be a civil matter between shareholders.
As you might know if S-corporation realizes taxable income - that income is passed to all shareholders according with their ownership percentage - REGARDLESS if income is distributed or not.
So other shareholders potentially might be liable for taxes on that distribution made without consent.
The best way out - to negotiate between all shareholders ,
but if that will not provide any positive results - the only way would be to sue that shareholder for damages and violation of the shareholder agreement.
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