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Crocodile Dundee is missing $34 million dollars and it sounds like he might have a tough time getting it back. The Aussie actor Paul Hogan, who played Dundee, a man from the outback, in the 1986 film, "Crocodile Dundee" has started a lawsuit to get back the millions he claims was stolen from him by his tax advisor, according to the Inquistr on April 16, 2013.
The 73-year-old Hogan's tax advisor is Phillip Egglishaw, also known as "Bowler hat Englishman." The actor's lawyer filed the lawsuit in a U.S. court, but his attempt to recover the $34 million held in a Swiss bank account might not be an easy thing to do. There's an international warrant out for Egglishaw's arrest, but it sounds as if this guy either spent Hogan's money or he has ”absconded” with the actor's money, reports the Inquisrtr.
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