Shakira experiences ‘terrible insomnia’ and ‘anxiety’ amid tax fraud allegations

Shakira She might be putting on a brave face now, but being locked up in prison would be her worst nightmare, a new report claims.

Shakira accused of tax fraud

Colombian pop singer Shakira She could face up to eight years in prison in a case in which the Spanish prosecutor accused her of tax fraud. The “Waka Waka” singer, whose full name is Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripollfaces six charges alleging that he failed to pay the Spanish government nearly $15 million in taxes between 2012 and 2014.

The tax fraud case of Shakira go to trial after the 45-year-old singer rejected a plea deal offered to her by prosecutors. No trial date has been set as of this writing.

Prosecutors are asking the court to hand down a sentence of eight years and two months if Shakira is convicted. A judge can waive prison time for first-time offenders if they are sentenced to less than two years behind bars.

An anonymous source told Life & Style:

“He is suffering from terrible insomnia and anxiety due to the whole complicated situation. The thought of being separated from her loved ones is terrifying.”

Will 2022 be a bad year for Shakira?

Before the tax fraud filing, 2022 had already been a rough year for Shakira, whose father, William Mebarak Chadid, had a bad fall and the “Whenever, Wherever” hitmaker was seen in an ambulance with the 90-year-old man. years for the hospital.

After that, Shakira and Gerard Piqué, her husband of 11 years, announced their separation amid allegations of infidelity. One informant stated:

“There were definitely trust issues. They had been on the rocks for years, but Shakira finally kicked him out.”

Gerard Hammered has been shown “untied” and party “uncontrolled” after the split. Another gossip told Life & Style :

“Shakira is worried about losing Milan and Sasha to Gerard; she fears that she will struggle to take care of the children in case the trial does not go her way. But Shakira is also confident that justice will ultimately prevail.”