Sigur Rós News
Sigur Rós have already paid back the £840,000 and fines owed for the tax blunder, however they are now being taken to court again and could either face financial ruin, or jail time. The band claimed the tax evasion was an accounting error and said “we have become victims of an unjust and draconian prosecution by the Icelandic government who are unfairly seeking to portray us as deliberate tax evaders.”
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