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MADRID football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo pleaded guilty on Tuesday to tax fraud and received a two-year probationary sentence.
The Juventus striker The man, faced with a charge from his time at Real Madrid, was in court for about 45 minutes, signing an agreement that will cost him almost € 1
Ronaldo argued last year for a guilty confession with the Spanish Public Prosecutor and the Spanish Tax Authorities.
In Spain, a judge may suspend parole First offenders for two years or less.
In 2017, a prosecutor accused Ronaldo of 2011-2014 of four tax frauds worth 14.7 million euros (16.7 million US dollars).
Ronaldo, 33, was accused by shell companies outside Spain to hi de income from image rights.
He had to enter the courtroom through the front door after his request for special security measures to avoid the spotlight was rejected on Monday.