Australia's Tax Office is investigating Paul Hogan, star of the "Crocodile Dundee" films, on suspicion of funneling millions in royalties from his films into illegal tax havens.
According to reports in The Sydney Morning Herald, Hogan, his producer John Cornell and some of their family members are suspected of using credit and debit cards to withdraw royalty income from hidden Swiss trusts -- without making the appropriate declarations on Australian tax returns.
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