TV dossier The former preacher Renard Sogaard (54) was sentenced this summer to prison for tax fraud. He appealed all the way to the Swedish Supreme Court, but there the appeal was dismissed. Therefore, he must spend one year and eight months in prison For tax evasion and illegal bookkeeping.
Swedish Aftonbladet He writes that Søgaard will serve his sentence at the open institution Svartsjö in Ekerö municipality. This is despite the fact that he was initially assigned another institution.
“He wanted to be placed in Svarcho to be close to his two young sons, with whom he shared the care. The Prison and Probation Service wrote in its decision, according to the newspaper, that the family situation means a lot to him, as well as to the children.”
– It’s beautiful, my children are the most important thing in life. I co-parented with my children, so this sounds a lot better, says Soegaard himself to Aftonbladet.
He has an adult son with his ex-wife, Carola Hajkvist. He also has two sons with his second ex-wife Jessica Sogaard.
He also says he wants to spend his time writing in prison. Last year he released the book “God gave us two commandments – I broke nine of them.” roll the dice from Dagbladet references gave one eyeand total slaughter. However, Sogaard says he has three more books in the building, and he will work on them in prison.
This is the situation
In recent years, the financial difficulties of the former celebrity fiancé have been a hot topic in the press. Last summer, it became known that the 54-year-old has 3.8 million outstanding debts – and this The eyebrow in Sweden took a gun and a musical instrument as collateral.
In September last year, it became known that he had not yet recovered from the economic quagmire. express He wrote at the time that the 54-year-old still owed millions to the Swedish authorities – and the debt had not gone down.
Avisa wrote that the former preacher was chased by the Swedish sheriff for a registered debt totaling five million Swedish kronor. Portions of the debt are tied to various companies, while the Swedish tax authorities also require nearly 1.8 million of the 54-year-old.
The $1 million in debt included everything from bank claims to individual debts to unpaid fees.
The newspaper claimed last year that in recent years the file had applied for enforceable assets through the TV profile, but to no avail, and in the meantime the law has grown larger than ever.
Søgaard was also involved in a financial dispute in 2009, in which he moved into a bridal shop and He paid 13,000 fifty pence to the land.
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