- FIU denounces Gloria Trevi and her husband for money laundering
- They are singled out for allegedly evading the treasury for millions of pesos
- Followers affirm that Gloria Trevi “does not learn”
A new case of tax evasion and money laundering is disclosed. It is reported that the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) denounced the singer Gloria Trevi and her husband, Armando Gómez Martínez, for tax fraud and “money laundering.” They are singled out for allegedly evading the treasury for millions of pesos, in addition to operations with resources of illicit origin, this was revealed by a federal official to the newspaper La Jornada.
Go that things have been getting quite complicated in the world of entertainment, and is that after the notorious case of Laura Bozzo, the husband of Ninel Conde and the recent situation of the driver Ines Gómez Mont, more celebrities are being denounced by tax evasion and even money laundering.
UIF denounces Gloria Trevi and her husband for “money laundering”
And it is that after the multiple complaints were made known for these artists, this September 20 it was reported that the singer from Monterrey, Gloria Trevi, along with her husband Armando Gómez Martínez, are being sued by the UIF for crimes of tax fraud and “money laundering”.
According to several portals, including El Universal, it was on September 8 when both were singled out for allegedly evading the treasury for more than 400 million pesos and operations with resources of illicit origin. In the complaint, the UIF, in charge of Santiago Nieto, indicated that the husband of the also actress leads a “money laundering” network in which six other individuals are linked, including the singer and eight companies.