Former Pro Freestyle Skier, Alleged Pimp and Swinger Scottie Ewing Charged With Tax Evasion - Ski Mag

Former Pro Freestyle Skier, Alleged Pimp and Swinger Scottie Ewing Charged With Tax Evasion

Former pro freestyle skier Scottie Ewing was charged in Federal Court with failing to pay taxes in 2005 on a Denver prostitution service he owned.
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A former pro freeskier and BMX racer, Ewing was charged yesterday by the US Attorney's office with failing to pay taxes on a prostitution service he ran out of his Denver Sugar/Denver Players nightclub. The charge was announced in federal court Tuesday afternoon. Ewing, who currently operates a "swingers club" called The Sugar House in Denver, is charged with operating and selling "a prostitution business," and using "an entity called Sindicate Media & Consulting, LLC to perform business functions, such as credit card processing, to disguise from the Internal Revenue Service the true source and amount of the income he received from Denver Sugar/Denver Players," according to the criminal information filed Tuesday.

"He (Ewing) has admitted to not filing taxes for 2005," said Ewing's attorney, Dan Sears, according to local CBS affiliate KCNC-TV. "He is assuming his responsibility to the US Government and that is about all we have to say at this point." Ewing has not been made available for comment.

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