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Entertainment Roger Stone Sued by Justice Department Over $2 Million in Unpaid Taxes

04:30  17 april  2021
04:30  17 april  2021 Source:   thewrap.com

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The Department of Justice filed a civil lawsuit Friday against former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone and his wife, Nydia, accusing the couple of owing the Internal Revenue Service nearly $ 2 million in unpaid income taxes . Roger Stone , former advisor to President Donald Trump, speaks in front of Federal officials allege the Stones underpaid on their taxes between 2007 and 2011, and again in 2018, with their total debt adding up to just under $ 2 million , including interest and late fees, according to a complaint filed in a Florida federal court Friday. The DOJ also accused the family of setting up a

The Justice Department is suing political strategist and longtime Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone for almost $ 2 million in unpaid taxes , penalties and interest, dating back more than a decade. The civil suit, filed Friday in federal court in West Palm Beach, Fla., makes several references to Stone ’s Stone also failed to pay about 0,000 in taxes and penalties owed on his 2017 return, the suit alleges. Soon after Stone was arrested in a controversial morning FBI raid at his Fort Lauderdale residence in January 2019, Stone and his wife Nydia moved to a nearby condominium apartment that

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Roger Stone was sued by the Department of Justice on Friday over accusations that he and his wife owe nearly $2 million in taxes.

The civil lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in the Southern District of Florida, said that Roger and Lydia Stone owed over $1.5 million in taxes between 2007 and 2011 and another $407,000 in 2018. The suit said that the Stones evaded taxes by using a corporate entity they control, called Drake Ventures, to pay a "substantial" amount of their personal expenses, like groceries, dentist bills, spas, salons, clothing and restaurant bills.


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The Justice Department has sued former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone and his wife, Nydia, for $ 2 million dollars in unpaid taxes . The suit alleges that the Stones owe the money through Drake Ventures, an LLC set up by the Stones . The DOJ says they did not pay taxes through this LLC from 2007 to 2011 and in 2018. "They used Drake Ventures to receive payments that are payable to Roger Stone personally, pay their personal expenses, shield their assets, and avoid reporting taxable income to the IRS," the suit says.

The Justice Department sued longtime Trump ally Roger Stone and his wife, Nydia, in a civil lawsuit on Friday, alleging the couple owes unpaid taxes plus interest and penalties to the tune of nearly $ 2 million . The feds accuse the Stones of using fraudulent measures to dodge paying up, but Mr. Stone says the suit is "politically motivated." What are the details? The complaint filed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, claims that the Stones underpaid their taxes in the years 2007 through 2011, and in 2018, and that they owe roughly .997 million in unpaid taxes , fines and interest.

"Although they used funds held in Drake Ventures accounts to pay some of their taxes, the Stones' use of Drake Ventures to hold their funds allowed them to shield their personal income from enforced collection and fund a lavish lifestyle despite owing nearly $2 million in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties," the lawsuit said. "By depositing and transferring these funds into the Drake Ventures' accounts instead of their personal accounts, the Stones evaded and frustrated the IRS's collection efforts."

In a statement sent to CNN, Stone described the lawsuit as "preposterous."

"They are well aware that my two year struggle against the Epically corrupt Mueller investigation has left my wife and I on the verge of bankruptcy," the statement said. "I have continued to eke out a living through my company Drake Ventures. To describe my current lifestyle as 'lavish' will be proved to be ridiculous in court. The political motivation of the DOJ Will be abundantly clear at trial."

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