The Colombian singer has made harsh accusations against the institution in a brief presented this Friday before the court.
The Colombian artist Shakira has presented this Friday a brief before the court that is carrying out the process in which she is accused of defrauding the Spanish Treasury of more than 14 million euros in taxes in three years, between 2011 and 2014. The singer He denies having committed tax fraud and launches strong accusations against the way of acting of the Spanish body in charge of tax collection.
“The Tax Agency has been forced to resort to extremely weak evidence, as well as measures that violate the right to privacy, such as requests to medical centers to obtain reserved information such as appointments and analytical results,” says the artist, according to different media. Spanish people.
Thus, it denounces the malpractice in which the Tax Agency would have incurred to demonstrate its presence in Spain during those three years. The institution defends that Shakira would have resided in the country for at least 183 days, while the singer maintains that she did not do so because of her itinerant lifestyle and her work commitments in the US.
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