Singer and songwriter Ronald Isley has been indicted on tax evasion charges for failing to report income that he received from performances and royalties as a member of the renowned Isley Brothers.

Isley, 63, who maintains residences in Los Angeles and St. Louis, was named in a six-count indictment returned last week by a federal grand jury in Los Angeles. The indictment charges him with five counts of tax evasion and one count of failing to file an income tax return, charges that carry a maximum penalty of 26 years in federal prison.

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