Emma Watson Is Named In The Panama Papers, But She's Staying Cool
Emma Watson's representatives claim she "receives absolutely no tax or monetary advantages from this offshore company whatsoever."By Katie Link | May 10, 2016
Believe it or not, Vladimir Putin, David Cameron and Emma Watson all have something in common: ties to the Panama Papers.
On Monday, details of more than 200,000 offshore entities were released, and according to The Spectator, "Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson" is named as a beneficiary in an offshore company in the British Virgin Islands.
Offshore companies aren’t illegal, but hiding your money in them to avoid paying taxes is considered unethical at best. The Panama Papers — leaked from law firm Mossack Fonseca — have implicated thousands of rich and powerful people across the globe in tax avoidance schemes.