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Shakira May Be Going through 8 Years in Spanish Jail

Shakira May Be Going through 8 Years in Spanish Jail

As we speak in crime, a prosecutor in Spain has requested for Shakira—sure, that Shakira—to be despatched to jail for eight years for alleged tax fraud, according to Reuters. The prosecution has accused Shakira of failing to pay taxes in Spain from 2012 to 2014. Shakira says she didn’t reside in Spain throughout that point. The prosecution says that she did, and that she now owes over 14 million euros to the Spanish authorities. Okay, wow. 

In keeping with the prosecution doc cited by Reuters, Shakira purchased a house in Barcelona in 2012, which was a household residence for herself, her son, and her now ex-partner. The singer’s representatives informed Reuters that she “is totally assured of her innocence.” Reuters additionally studies that Shakira’s workforce rejected a settlement supply earlier this week. Earlier, Page Six reported that, in accordance with the Colombian singer’s public relations agency, she already paid her excellent tax debt and now owes the Spanish authorities nada. 

Shakira and ex-partner Gerard Pique

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Which means the case will now go to a trial. If she’s discovered responsible, Shakira might be on the hook for an eight-year jail keep and a 23 million euro positive. As of now, a date for the trial has not been set. I do know no one is above the regulation and all, however eight years feels extreme. However hey, I’m not an knowledgeable in Spanish tax regulation or something, so what do I do know.

In the meantime, Shakira is recent from a cut up along with her longtime associate and Spanish soccer star, Gerard Piqué, according to Page Six. The couple share two sons, Milan and Sasha, who’re simply having the worst summer season break ever.


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