All Blacks’ bodyguard Jayson Ryan faces $225,000 tax bill

By on September 24, 2017
All Blacks' bodyguard Jayson Ryan faces $225,000 tax bill

A former All Blacks' security guard has had to sell his home after ripping the taxpayer off by more than $300,000.

Jayson Samuel Ryan, 45, will spend nine months on home detention at a property in north Christchurch and will have to do 400 hours of community work.

Ryan has sold his family home to pay $200,000 in reparation to Inland Revenue, and, in the Christchurch District Court on Friday, Judge Tom Gilbert ordered him to pay another $25,000 at $250 a week, which will take about two years.

Ryan had earlier admitted three representative charges of aiding and abetting his three companies to apply tax deductions to purposes other than tax payments.

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