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“Crocodile Dundee” star Paul Hogan may have settled his tax case with Australian authorities but he is accusing his once-trusted tax adviser of absconding with $34 million he helped Hogan hide in offshore tax havens.

There is already an international warrant out for Philip Egglishaw, the man known as the ”bowler hat Englishman”, who is the alleged mastermind behind Australia’s biggest tax evasion scheme.

But now the international fugitive has the Australian actor on his tail, with Hogan’s advisers taking legal action in the US alleging Egglishaw, who set up elaborate corporate structures in tax havens to help his clients evade tax, has stolen the entertainer’s money.

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