Ronaldo Denies Any Wrong Doing On Tax Fraud Case

Indo Asian News Service / 01 August 2017

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, accused of tax fraud, has denied any wrongdoing.

In a statement on Monday published by an agency which represents him, Rolando said he had no intentions of evading taxes, reports Xinhua news agency.

“I have never hidden anything, nor have I had the intention of evading taxes,” Ronaldo said.  Mohammad Amir Reveals About Brotherly Bond With Virat Kohli

“I always voluntarily file my tax returns because I think we all must file a return and pay taxes according to our income. Those that know me, know what I ask my advisors: that they have everything up to date and properly paid, because I don’t want problems,” he added.

Ronaldo said he will not make any more comments on the issue. “I believe in justice and I also hope there will be a fair decision,” he said.  Will Take a Call on Dhoni-Yuvraj After Discussing with Kohli-Shastri: MSK Prasad

Ronaldo was accused of defrauding 14.76 million euros ($17.44 million), hiding income from Spanish tax authorities using a business structure created in 2010 to allegedly hide his image rights income in Spain between 2011 and 2014.

Meanwhile, Gestifute said the case could be related to different interpretations of the British and Spanish tax systems on how and where to declare some revenues.  Watch: Ravindra Jadeja Sends Back Angelo Mathews