Shafik Hirji Puts Children in Financial Peril

I Thought Fathers Were Supposed to Protect Their Children

It just seems like every day there’s more and more bad news related to Shafik Hirji spewing forth from the state of Nevada, Department of Taxation. For example take a look at the documents below:

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You’ll notice that Shafik Hirji‘s son, Shafik Brown, has been called out by the Nevada Department of Taxation, which filed an Amended certificate of the amount of tax, interest and penalties due that is directly related to two USA Auto Service shops — USA Auto Service #3 and USA Auto Service #4 that have tallied up a total tax due of almost $18,000.

As we’ve detailed in a great many posts on this website, in my opinion, Shafik Hirji is simply using family members like his wife, sons, daughters, daughter’s boyfriend, etc., to stand up as nominees and proxies to run his various businesses — including a number of USA Auto Service shops, Purrfect Auto Service Shops, Furniture Fashions stores, etc. — and until this website started documenting what I believe are his many shady dealings, a number of other businesses including salons, bars and restaurants, which have since closed.

Shafik Hirji’s daughter, Yasmin Brown, also has been caught up in all this. Take a look at her Department of Taxation certificate of the amount of tax, interest and penalties due totaling $12,342.14:

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As noted in the headline of this post, Memo to Shafik Hirji: I Thought Fathers Were Supposed to Protect Their Children. In my opinion, you keep putting them in harm’s way by subjecting them to your shady business dealings by setting them up as proxies and nominees — puppets if you will — that you control by pulling the strings. And your appetite for expensive cars and houses, to which you channel tens of thousands of dollars a month to maintain, has left your sons and daughters holding the bag for tens of thousands of dollars in taxes owed.

You had better wise up, my friend.

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