Cheeky Girls fight bankruptcy claims

Cheeky Girls fight bankruptcy claims

Cheeky girls fight HMRC tax claim at High Court

Transylvanian popsters Cheeky Girls are fighting against bankruptcy claims at
the High Court.

HM Revenue & Customs has filed papers for a £4,500 unpaid tax bill,
according to reports.

The singing twins have claimed that their financial problems stem from over
£2m owed to them by record company Telstar.

‘They are sitting on our royalties, refusing to pay us,’ their mother
Margaret said on website This Is London.

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