Shakira once again became the main focus of the Spanish media this week, as she accepted before a court the six tax crimes she committed between 2012 and 2014. The Colombian artist will pay 7.3 million euros and a three-year prison sentence, which will not be intramural.
The jurist, in the same way, took advantage of the dialogue with that medium to speak out against Gerard Piqué and stated that the interpreter of Acrostic The relationship with the Catalan cost him close to 120 million euros.
“Shakira’s falling in love has cost her 120 million euros. If she had fallen in love with Sergio Ramos, instead of Gerard Piqué, she would have cost him much less money. The years in Barcelona have been very expensive for him”, initially indicated.
Then, without mincing words, he specified: “So much so that they fill their mouths with the equality of the Spanish. If you are a resident of Catalonia you can go to jail for a crime that is impossible to get you into in Madrid with the same conduct, because there is no estate tax.”
Although he accepted his guilt in the crimes of tax fraud in his agreement with the Prosecutor’s Office, the lawyer pointed out that Shakira is innocent. Likewise, he stressed that the Colombian woman at no time had the will to defraud the Tax Agency.
“It shows everything on social networks. How can you pretend that you don’t live in Spain? It’s a complicated issue with world artists. Where do they work if they are around the world all day? In 2011, Shakira went on a world tour and visited 74 countries. It is complex to determine where she has to pay her taxes,” he sentenced.
Pau Molins finally acknowledged on the radio that he wanted to “go to trial” because he was convinced that they could win. However, he assured that in this case “Shakira’s will” weighed more, since she wanted to turn the page in Spain and prioritize the well-being of her children.
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The Iberian also emphasized that the only way to get out of all this alive is to not give importance to anything, since – according to him – much of what people have read is not true.
“They want it to affect you, to hurt you. If I had given importance to what people who didn’t know me said about me, in the most difficult year of my life, I would have been locked in my apartment or I would have jumped off the sixth floor. But let them believe what they want. In the end, I have lived my life. But people don’t know even 10% of what happened,” the Spaniard concluded.