Since the death of Johnny, his widow Laeticia Hallyday is awash in tax debts. Today, she finds herself deprived of “a good part of her income”.
Laeticia Hallyday struggles to keep her head above water. Since the death of her husband Johnny, which occurred on December 5, 2017, his widow is crumbling under tax debtsrelates Gala, Friday, June 24. As a result, Jade and Joy’s mom finds herself “financially suffocated”, according to information cited by our colleagues. In detail, the one who shared the life of the famous rocker is still struggling to sell their house in Marnes-la-Coquette called La Savannah, the price of which – set at 15 million euros – has been revised several times at the decrease.
According to the same magazine, the house was still on the market on June 23. Problem, the tax authorities have caught up with its owner. “To ensure payment by Laeticia, the taxes have set up precautionary seizures on part of the royalties of the widow, deprived therefore of a good part of her income”reported to Cine TV Revue Jean-Claude Camus, the singer’s producer.
Laeticia Hallyday: “30 million euros in tax debt”
Moreover, as recalled Galawhich cites information gathered from CloserLaeticia Hallyday “committed to paying the full amount owed to the tax authorities by her late husband”. In other words, it corresponds to “30 million euros in tax debts“. A deficit that the sale of La Savannah will therefore not be able to fill on its own. Thus, despite his vacation spent in Saint-Tropez, the widow of Johnny Hallyday would suffer from significant money problems…