For the next four months, rapper Fat Joe will be leaning back in the Federal Detention Center in Miami. He turned himself in today to start his sentence for tax evasion, but the seasonal stay will be quite a bit shorter than the two years he originally faced.
For a guy who doesn't believe in restoring felons' voting rights, Mitt Romney sure likes to associate with accused criminals when he comes to Miami.Back in August, Romney held a rally at a popular Coral Gables fruit juice stand owned by convicted coke trafficker Reinaldo Bermudez.On Wednesday, when ... More >>
The days of hidden offshore accounts are drawing to an end, it seemsNot everyone in Miami is on the up & up. Sure, your neighbor could have bought that brand-new Mercedes-Benz with the Christmas bonus. Or it could have been that narco slush fund in the Cayman Islands. The truth is that ... More >>
After a year of dodging tax charges, Miami's fastest driver takes the Indy 500.
Two days after everyone paid taxes, and thousands protested this basic fact, one guy got off free on charges of evading his taxes. Indianapolis 500 and Dancing With The Stars champion Helio Castroneves was acquitted on tax evasion charges. Castroneves was charged last October with failing to report ... More >>
Castroneves will be dancing a legal tango with the IRS now. *guffaw* IndyCar and Dancing With The Stars champ Helio Castroneves and his sister, Kati, were charged with tax evasion in Miami today. Castroneves reportedly owes $5 milllion. If the feds collect, it could pay for about 1/140,000th of the ... More >>
This isn't surprising but yesterday, an appellate decision upheld the 37 month prison sentence that R&B legend Ronald Isley of the Isley Brothers is currently serving for federal tax evasion. A three judge panel disagreed with arguments that Isley,66, is too old and sick for such a lengthy sentence ... More >>
Why are some of our finest in legal trouble?
A German millionaire concedes a colossal case of tax evasion -- and says he's the man who bankrolled Thomas Kramer's South Florida real estate spree