By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF
Mexican pop singer and international superstar Gloria Trevi and her husband, Armando Gómez Marínez, are currently under investigation by Mexico’s Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) on alleged tax evasion charges, the Finance Secretariat (SHCP) announced Monday, Sept. 20.
According to UIF, the couple is being charged with the tax evasion of more than 400 million pesos, as well as money laundering practices.
The SHCP presented a legal case against the couple before the federal Attorney General’s Office (FGR) on Sept. 8.
The UIF claims that several of Trevi and Gómez Marínez’s companies, including Great Tallent LLC, which was registered in 2005 and is based in Texas, were used to evade payment of Mexican taxes.
A native of Monterrey, Nuevo Léon, Trevi, 53, has in her three decades in the music industry sold more than 30 million albums and has been called the Supreme Diva of Mexican Pop.