Shakira (Shakira) is in legal trouble over allegations of tax evasion. He made his point by calling the allegations of tax evasion “false”. The singer spoke in detail about the allegations for the first time in a new interview, before releasing his album five years later.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Shakira had turned down a settlement offer to send the tax evasion case to trial. She was previously accused of failing to pay $15 million in taxes in Spain between 2012 and 2014, but the actress says she was not living in the country during that time.
According to media reports, Shakira was residing there at the time, as she bought a house in Barcelona in 2012. If found guilty, he faces prison terms and a $24 million fine. The popstar dismissed the Spanish government’s claims as “false allegations” in an interview with Elle Magazine. She plans to fight this case because of her principles.
Shakira says she does not fall under the tax net as she did not spend the required time (183 days) in the country. The singer says she was busy fulfilling her professional commitments around the world. They say they have nothing to pay to the Spanish government.
Shakira called the Spanish government’s claims false
He said: ‘I had already paid everything relating to his claim before I filed the complaint. To date, I have no dues from them and have been mentored by PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the four largest tax firms in the world, so I felt confident I was doing things fairly and transparent from day one. it is done.’
Shakira made serious allegations
He further stated that the Spanish government had no evidence to support these hypothetical claims. That’s what they usually do. They used press campaigns to influence people and pressure the media, as well as threatening to damage their reputation, to persuade them to settle.
Shakira has enough evidence to prove her point
She further says: “Everyone knows that the Spanish tax authorities did this not only for me but for many celebrities like Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, it’s also unfair for the ordinary taxpayer. It’s just their way , but I believe I have enough evidence to support my case and justice will be in my favor.
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FIRST POST: September 22, 2022, 5:19 p.m. HST