Shakira Says She “Owes Zero” To The Spanish Government Amid Tax Fraud Allegations

Shakira says she owes "zero" to Spanish government amid allegations of tax fraud With the tax dispute

Threatening Shakira's reputation, the international pop icon continues to fight for her innocence.

She claims the Spanish government tried to force her out of court amid preparations for a tax dispute.

For those who missed it, it was announced in late July that Shakira could face a prison sentence for alleged tax evasion.

At that point, investigators were blaming Shakira for swindling the Spanish duty office

out of 14.5 million euros ($14.7 million) on pay procured somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2014.

His allegation comes from his belief that he spent more than half

of each year in Spain and did not file taxes properly.

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The international pop icon continues to fight for her innocence. She claims the Spanish government tried to force her out of court amid preparations for a tax dispute.

For those who missed it, it was announced in late July that Shakira could face a prison sentence for alleged tax evasion.

At the time, prosecutors were accusing Shakira of defrauding the Spanish tax office out of 14.5 million euros ($14.7 million) on income earned between 2012 and 2014.

His allegation comes from his belief that he spent more than half of each year in Spain and did not file taxes properly.

Shakira refuses court settlement in tax case The Queen of Latin Music has finally spoken with the Spanish government about an ongoing tax fraud case.

The singer has confirmed that she has refused a court settlement, which will send her issue to trial.