The hairdresser Franck Provost was indicted Tuesday for “abuse of social assets” and “money laundering in an organized group of aggravated tax fraud”, according to the Nanterre prosecutor’s office. The founder of the Provalliance group has since been under judicial control.

Hairdresser Franck Provost is under judicial supervision. He was indicted on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 for “abuse of corporate assets” and “organized gang money laundering of aggravated tax fraud”. His deposit was “set at several hundred thousand euros,” said the Nanterre public prosecutor’s office on Thursday, in a press release sent to Agence France Presse. The 75-year-old businessman, born in Sarthe, was also indicted for “providing equipment and programs to commit offenses and breaches of automated data processing systems”. Justice is looking into a misappropriation of money carried out between 2001 and 2021 using software installed on cash registers.

In 2017, “several reports” were sent “by the tax authorities” for facts ranging from 2001 to 2021. These reports relate in particular to “the use of fraudulent cashier software” which would have thus made it possible “to divert revenue collected in cash in a network of hairdressing salons “.

A judicial investigation was opened on April 9. The administrative and financial director of the group was then indicted for “abuse of corporate assets and complicity, breach of trust, tax fraud and complicity, organized gang money laundering of aggravated tax fraud, illegal exercise of the profession of accountant, detention, offer, provision of materials and programs to commit offenses and breaches of automated data processing systems “.

The National Fiscal Crime Repression Brigade of the Central Office for the Fight against Corruption and Financial and Fiscal Crimes is in charge of the investigation.

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