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Leo's Shame! DiCaprio's Supermodel Ex Bar Refaeli Likely To Be Indicted For Tax Fraud

Bar Refaeli Model Indicted Tax Fraud
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Jan. 4 2019, Updated 3:09 p.m. ET

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Leonardo DiCaprio’s ex-girlfriend, Bar Refaeli, is facing an indictment for tax fraud three years after she was arrested on the charges.

The supermodel was informed by the Israeli State Attorney’s Office of the charges for tax evasion, money laundering and perjury — all stemming from when she was dating Oscar winner DiCaprio.

Refaeli was expected to be indicted on claims that she hid millions from the tax authorities, claiming to Israel that she lived with her boyfriend DiCaprio in the United States and claiming to the United States that she lived in Israel, according to the Jerusalem Post.

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The notification from the State Attorney obtained by the Jerusalem Post charged that Refaeli did not live in Israel from 2006-2007 and did not pay $6 million in taxes.

The notification also claimed from 2009 to 2012 she told the US she lived in Israel but did not pay $23 million in taxes during that period.

The gorgeous model and her mother were arrested in Israel on December 17, 2015 for tax evasion. They were released on $193,000 bail.

Her attorney told the publication the charges had “been blown out of proportions... all of the agreements were on the table, she hasn’t hidden anything.”

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