In the eyes of the tax evasion legislation, Shakira’s renowned singer and composer is formally put on fire.
Spanish prosecutors submitted a report about the suspected behavior of the artist owing to the flood of “enough indicators.”
As a result, the singer may be detained if proven responsible, for a total of four years, for escaping more than £13,000,000 in taxes.
In Metro and the results, Shakira utilized shell companies to mask their assets from 2012 to 2014 and only appeared legally in ‘safe havens’ nations.
Since the beginning of 2019, the case has been open and Shakira was brought before the court “to aid in clarifying facts about her physical status in Spain.”
A song speaker even published a statement at that time and made her legal position worse and more confused because it was all “settled up” since 2021.
“Shakira has reportedly paid the whole amount and provided the tax authorities with comprehensive information as soon as she discovered how much she owed the Spanish fiscal authorities – and before filed a lawsuit. There is no debt at all for that reason.”