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Cristiano Ronaldo tax fraud case: Juventus star accepts suspended jail sentence in £16.5m deal

Independent Tuesday, 22 January 2019 ()
Cristiano Ronaldo has accepted a fine and a suspended jail term for tax fraud in Spain on Tuesday, signing a deal to settle a case which will cost him a total of €18.8 million (£16.5 million).
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News video: Cristiano Ronaldo AVOIDS Jail Time But FINED $21.6 MILLION For FRAUD!

▶ Cristiano Ronaldo AVOIDS Jail Time But FINED $21.6 MILLION For FRAUD! 02:24

Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is having a pretty rough week after being fined 21.6 million dollars in tax fraud today. Prosecutors are saying he dodged paying taxes between 2010 and 2014 while he was playing for Real Madrid.

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