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MADRID – Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo pleads guilty of supporting tax fraud on Tuesday and has a two-year suspended prison sentence.
The Juventus, ahead of its days at Real Madrid, was in a court of about 45 minutes and signed a deal that almost cost itself 19 million euros ($ 21, 6 million) in finances.
Ronaldo made the decision to make a past payment with Spain State State Prosecutor and Taxes Authorities last year.
In Spain, a judge can say two years or less for first-time sittings.
In 2017, a Ronaldo state group of four companies taxed 2011-14 worth 14.7 million euros ($ 16.7 million).
Ronaldo, 33, was accused of using shell companies outside Spain to make image rights incomes.
He had to submit in front of a courtroom by requesting special security measures to prevent the spotlight from being denied on Monday.