C Luo tax case will be tried in court for special treatment of Western media: fear of damaging personal image

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 C Luo tax case will be tried in court for special treatment of Western media: fear of damaging personal image


Le Monde reported that Ronaldo asked not to appear in public before the trial. Rowe did not want to get out of the car at the entrance of the court and then walk into the court in public. He wanted to enter the trial hall directly from the court parking lot. The reason given by Ronaldo is that he is worried about his personal safety being threatened.

In June 2016, Messi participated in a tax trial in Barcelona as a criminal suspect. At that time, Barcelona sent a driver to drive Messi to the court. Messi got off at the door of the court and went up the steps to enter the court in person. During Messis ascent to the stairs, countless journalists held up their cameras to him. Ronaldo was reluctant to enter the court as a criminal suspect, and he gave the reason that security issues. But Spanish media pointed out that Ronaldo was probably worried about his personal image. Ronaldo has settled the tax case with the judiciary and will pay 24.5 million euros in taxes and fines in exchange for a 23-month commutation. According to Spanish law, a first offender with a sentence of less than two years will not need to be imprisoned. In other words, after Ronaldo reached this agreement, he actually admitted that he had committed a crime in the tax case. Source: Netease Sports Author: Zhang Lins Responsible Editor: Liu Dang_NS4812

In June 2016, Messi participated in a tax trial in Barcelona as a criminal suspect. At that time, Barcelona sent a driver to drive Messi to the court. Messi got off at the door of the court and went up the steps to enter the court in person. During Messis ascent to the stairs, countless journalists held up their cameras to him.

Ronaldo was reluctant to enter the court as a criminal suspect, and he gave the reason that security issues. But Spanish media pointed out that Ronaldo was probably worried about his personal image. Ronaldo has settled the tax case with the judiciary and will pay 24.5 million euros in taxes and fines in exchange for a 23-month commutation. According to Spanish law, a first offender with a sentence of less than two years will not need to be imprisoned. In other words, after Ronaldo reached this agreement, he actually admitted that he had committed a crime in the tax case.