A reclusive tax whiz has denied that he stole $34 million from Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan, after being accused of the fraud in a United States court by lawyers for the actor.
Speaking to the media for the first time in eight years, Philip Egglishaw told The Australian that the accusations against him and his firm Strachans were untrue.
Strachans in the financial advisory firm that triggered Australia’s biggest tax fraud investigation after its dealings with wealthy clients.
“My firm is regulated , externally audited and operates openly in Switzerland. The accusations made in the media this week that I or my firm have stolen or inappropriately dealt with client funds are completely false and vehemently denied,” he told The Aus’.
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