Crocodile Dundee hunts lost $34m English tax adviser
Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan is on the trail of his former tax adviser, claiming the so-called “bowler hat Englishman” has made off with $34 million (£22 million).
Hogan, who became an international star following the success of Crocodile Dundeein 1986, has filed papers in the US alleging Philip Egglishaw had stolen millions from him.
There is a warrant out for Egglishaw’s arrest over a long running tax case in Australia. Swiss newspaper Le Matin Dimanche claims that a bank account at the Corner Bank Geneva, Switzerland, run by Egglishaw’s accountancy Strachans has $34 million of Hogan’s money which has sat for almost 20 years, but the actor cannot access it.
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