Spanish examiner requests eight-year prison term for Shakira

MADRID, July 29 (Reuters) - A Spanish investigator is looking for a jail term of eight years for Colombian hotshot Shakira

over a 14.5 million-euro charge misrepresentation case, an examiner's office record displayed on Friday.

The vocalist, who has sold in excess of 80 million records overall with hits, for example, "Hips Don't Lie"

recently dismissed a settlement offer from the investigator's office to close the case.

She is blamed for neglecting to pay charges somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2014, a period in which Shakira says she didn't live in Spain.

The examiner's record, seen by Reuters, declares that Shakira was conventionally occupant in Spain somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2014 and in May 2012 purchased

a house in Barcelona which turned into a family home for herself, her accomplice and their child brought into the world in Spain in 2013.

It requested an eight-year jail sentence and a fine of in excess of 23 million euros ($23.5 million)

would it be advisable for her she be seen as liable. No date for a preliminary has been set at this point.

Requested to remark, Shakira's delegates alluded to a past assertion conveyed on Wednesday saying she "is completely sure of her blamelessness"

what's more, that she thinks about the case "an all out infringement of her freedoms".

The particulars of the prior settlement offer have not been revealed.

The 45-year-old vocalist - named the Queen of Latin Pop - said she at first paid the 17.2 million euros that

the Spanish expense office said she owed and asserts she has no exceptional obligation with the assessment specialists.