The well-known debater and defender of the weak Lisbeth Zornig refused to have done anything wrong, since the Ekstra Bladet last year could tell you that she is in the run-up to its bankruptcy in 2019 had transferred 700.000 kr. to her husband Mikael Lindholm forward to paying off his milliongæld to Tax.
But now Lisbeth Zornig may come on the thoughts of others.
In any case, she and the man just concluded a settlement with the state's lawyer the Attorney general to pay dkk 400,000. back to Gældsstyrelsen within 31. august 2020.
according to the latest statement of the estate, which the liquidator Boris Frederiksen has released. Here is a description of a number of Zornigs actions as 'reprehensible and dangerous'.
Lisbeth Zornig then not to relate to the questionable transfers over for Extra Magazine, but on Facebook she supported and rejected everything.
'No, I have not plated my husband, Mikael. He has been paid for his work, as he has done in all years, where he has been a partner in the House Zornig. We have documented it to the Attorney and all who have been in the vicinity of us know how much we both have worked hard for many hours each week in order to keep the skiff afloat,' she wrote at the time in a lookup, which her followers praised her for it.
not now want Lisbeth Zornig to explain his Extra Magazine. Mikael Lindholm writes in an sms that he's not allowed to express itself according to the settlement agreement' and refers to its attorney, who however, did not want to say something.
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Mikael Lindholm and Lisbeth Zornig has been dkk 400,000. poorer after the agreement with the Attorney general. Photo: Linda Johansen
But it will liquidator Boris Frederiksen like. Although he believed that the 700,000 kr. had been unlawfully transferred to the husband's account, so he is 'satisfied' with dkk 400,000.
- the Amount is an expression of the fact that we have maintained the requirement. We have conducted ourselves for the uncertainties that had, and we have then made a requested solution, as we have discussed with the Gældsstyrelsen, he says to Ekstra Bladet and elaborates:
There was uncertainty about whether or not there was performed one or another form of work. If there was conducted a work, he could lodge a similar claim in the estate, and so he should have the dividend, when the money was distributed. Another uncertainty was whether he would be able to pay the 700,000 in the course of foreseeable future, he says.
the Extra Leaf has several times tried to get Lisbeth Zornig of the speech, but she has not returned our inquiries.
the Husband Mikael Lindholm writes in an sms that he is not allowed to express itself according to the settlement agreement. Therefore, we have sent them an email with some questions that are not about the settlement.
'As I said, so I write the story that ye have entered into a settlement with the Attorney general about the 400,000 crowns – while you, Lisbeth was out on Facebook and refuse, that there had been anything improper in the matter.
Lisbeth, you are known to be the weak champion among other things. You can understand why some people think it's strange that you haven't paid on their debt to the Tax, but instead transferred the money to your husband?
- According to the Tax restanceopgørelse, which I have had access to, did you, Lisbeth, to pay 544.000 kr. in the outstanding tax in 2016. Thus have you had an annual salary of at least 1.1 million. kr. that year, which is equivalent to an average monthly salary of 92,000 dkk. Why you paid nothing in Taxes, when you had so high a salary?
- Seen in retrospective – if you think so still, that you have done everything correctly in this case?'
Mikael Lindholm is equivalent to the following:
'It is not correctly perceived, and as John has already said, she made mistakes, she is working focused to be able to repay its debt, in addition, she has no comments, since the bankruptcy proceeding is not completed.'
He did not answer, what is not is the 'correctly perceived', or when she has said she has 'made mistakes'.
Read more about the case here the Last hours Before bankruptcy: Zornig transferred 700.000 kr. to her husband Past day Zornigs car was $ 10,000. worth': Sold for seven times as much Past day Zornig owes 1.4 million. tax: Has had plenty of success the day After the bankruptcy and tax debt: former spouse's company arranges Zornigs lecture Past day Busy after the bankruptcy of: 36 lectures on the 94 days Read all the articles in Ekstra Bladet