Christiano Ronaldo pleads guilty to tax fraud, accepts fine


Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo received a fine of approximately 19 million euros after pleading guilty in a tax dodge case in which he was found guilty by the Spanish authorities.

As per the latest sports news, The 33-year-old made a deal with the telling prosecutor and the related tax authorities to ward off a prison sentence of 23 months.

As per to the Spanish rule, a sentence of two years or less than that do not carry jail term and can be handled on probation.

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Christiano Ronaldo was complained of deliberately evading the tax of 12.1 million pounds on earnings he had generated out of his image rights between 2011 and 2014.