The bankrupt singer is forced to leave his villa
Michael Wendler and Laura Muller now live in the camper
Michael Wendler and Laura Mueller are no longer welcome in their Florida apartment building. Now the two should be on four wheels.
Fuss again about Wendler.
No more luxury: broke singer Michael Wendler, 50, and influencer Laura Muller, 22, have been evicted from their home in Punta Gorda, Florida. “We did not extend the contract,” the Build owner confirms.
In fact, Wendler paid the rent by the end of September. But as the newspaper wrote, he and his wife, Laura Muller, should not live in their apartment building.
Instead, he was said to have bought a mobile home – the “Thor Freedom Elite 22 F” model, which costs between 60,000 and 120,000 francs depending on the equipment. At a nearby caravan dealer, this car was sold to Michael Norberg, Wendler’s real name.
What is behind leaving?
According to Bild, both tax and immigration authorities are investigating him over tax and residency applications. It now appears that Wendler is trying to escape.
“I think his early departure is a clear indication that he wants to change his whereabouts quickly out of fear of the US authorities,” says Timo Berger, the former manager of the broke singer.
In 2020, it was revealed that Wendler had 1.2 million euros of tax debt in Germany. It is not known how much he actually paid for it. (fmu)
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