OL: Alert, this former striker faces 6 months in prison

John Carew, former OL striker-turned-actor, seems to have a little trouble with taxes. The latter was accused on Friday of failing to declare 12.8 million Norwegian kroner, or 1.32 million euros, between 2014 and 2019 for the fight against economic crime by the central unit.

Thus, and according to the Central Unit for the Fight against Economic Crime, the OL attacker would have saved 560,000 euros in taxes. “This is a serious matter because it has been tax evasion for many years and for a large sum,” said Attorney General Marianne Bender, relayed by the Verdence Gang newspaper.

John Carew may also have hidden the true value of his inheritance, which would amount to 31 million euros. If he has already denied the facts, the Norwegian blames his friend and former adviser, Per Flod. “My client received false tax advice, which led him to believe, erroneously, that he was a UK resident for tax purposes. It is also clear from the start that he wants to be caught,” said his lawyer, Berit Rees-Andersen. Said. The former OL striker faces up to six years in prison.

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