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Chinese Actor Deng Lun, 29, Fined S$22.7mil For Evading S$10.2mil Worth Of Personal Income Tax

Brands are cutting ties with him and his shows are expected to be wiped from the internet as well.

Chinese Actor Deng Lun, 29, Fined S$22.7mil For Evading S$10.2mil Worth Of Personal Income Tax

If there’s one thing we learned from Fan Bingbing, it’s that a tax evasion scandal can be enough to do some serious damage to one’s career. And now, another star in China is being cancelled over the same crime.

On Tuesday (Mar 15), news broke that popular Chinese actor Deng Lun has been caught making false declarations about the nature of his income between 2019 and 2020, therefore evading 47.66mil yuan (S$10.2mil) worth of personal income tax.

The 29-year-old was found to have underpaid personal income taxes of 13.99mil yuan (S$3mil) as well.

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