April 12, 2021, 23:49

Russian Banker Tinkov Reveals Acute Leukemia Diagnosis Amid US Tax Claims

Russian Banker Tinkov Reveals Acute Leukemia Diagnosis Amid US Tax Claims

LONDON (Sputnik) – Russian banker Oleg Tinkov said on Friday — soon after it became known he could face up to six years in prison in the United States for allegedly filing false tax returns — he had been diagnosed with acute leukemia in October and had already undergone several cycles of chemotherapy.

He added he had been diagnosed in October and had already undergone several cycles of chemotherapy.

The banker went on to say that lawyers were dealing with US’ tax claims, enabling him to focus on health.

According to the US Justice Department, Tinkov falsely reported an income of less than $206,000 in his 2013 tax return and then falsely claimed a net worth of $300,000 in a 2013 Initial and Annual Expatriation Statement.

Source: sputniknews.com

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