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Dolce & Gabbana Sent To Jail, Not By The Fashion Police, By State For Tax Evasion
Dolce & Gabbana Sent To Jail, Not By The Fashion Police, By State For Tax Evasion

You charge us insane amount of money but you skip taxes, D&G are you for real?

 Fashion world greats Dolce and Gabanna have been sentenced to a year and 8 months in jail for not paying taxes.

BBC reports- The investigation by the Italian authorities began around six years ago as part of a government plan to crack down on tax avoidance.

At the hearing on Wednesday, the judge ruled that the designers moved their brand to a Luxembourg-based holding company Gado - a play on their two surnames - in 2004.

He said they had done this to avoid declaring taxes on royalties of around 1 billion euros (£833m; $1.3bn).

Prosecutors alleged they sold the business for well below actual market value.

They were initially cleared of the charges at a previous trial in April 2011 but Italy's highest court overturned that ruling, ordering that the case should be sent back.

Should we hope and wait for D&G Inside collection? You know inspirations looms everywhere and anywhere.

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