This Friday March 25, 2022, Closer revealed that Laeticia Hallyday had been urgently hospitalized in intensive care at the American hospital in Neuilly. The one who suffers from hypokalemia is going through a particularly complicated period because of financial problems. Capital has just revealed that the Council of State has just restored a tax adjustment of 471,780 euros on the profits of the tour Stop me there by Johnny Hallyday.
According to the magazine, this tax adjustment would concern “mysterious transfers of money made between three companies of Johnny between 2010 and 2022”. Indeed, the Taulier would have transferred the profits of his tour Stop there to its main shareholder: the company SARL Navajo belonging to him. The latter would then have donated 2.1 million euros to a real estate company also 99.9% owned by him, “the balance belonging to his wife Laeticia and their daughter Jade”. Finally, the SCI would have donated this money directly to the idol of young people, the next day.
Laeticia Hallyday forced to sell many properties.
Transfers between the different accounts were “tax-free loans every time”, made “without reason” and at “specially advantageous” rates. According to Capital, the loans were never declared or repaid. If Johnny Hallyday had initially challenged the tax adjustment in 2015, the tax authorities appealed to the Council of State, which has just given him reason.
Since Johnny’s death in 2017, Laeticia Hallyday, who now shares her life with Jalil Lespert, has been forced to sell real estate and liquidate assets to honor her debt of 30 million euros. She initially sold the Californian villa in Pacific Palisades for 15 million euros before selling the villa in Marnes-la-Coquette at the start of 2022 for 10 million euros. In the end, Jade and Joy’s mother only kept Villa Jade in Saint-Barthélémy. A property that she sometimes rents for more than 18,000 euros per night in low season.
Laeticia Hallyday © JACOVIDES-BORDE-MOREAU