Will Bar Refaeli’s mother serve time for tax evasion?

A Channel 13 Sunday report claims the mother of the super-model will serve time in prison for alleged tax evasions involving her famous daughter.

Israeli supermodel Bar Rafaeli poses at the NBC All-Star party in Beverly Hills, California July 20, 2008 (photo credit: FRED PROUSER/REUTERS)
Israeli supermodel Bar Rafaeli poses at the NBC All-Star party in Beverly Hills, California July 20, 2008
(photo credit: FRED PROUSER/REUTERS)
Bar Refaeli’s mother, former model Tzipi Levin, might serve prison time and is will allegedly take responsiblity for her daughter's tax offenses, Channel 13 reported on Sunday. 
Refaeli is a highly successful Israeli supermodel known around the world, yet the Israel Tax Authority is not among her many fans, claiming since April 2019 that Refaeli must pay taxes on earnings she made overseas as she is an Israeli citizen. Allegedly, she owns the tax authority 8 million nis, Maariv reported.  
The model claimed that, during the years discussed, she was romantically involved with Leonardo DiCaprio and therefore her life-center, a legal definition when taxes are decided upon, was the US and not her native country. 
DiCaprio himself did not make any public comments about the situation his former romantic partner found herself in. 
Tax Authority officials insist Refaeli was actually living in apartments in Tel Aviv listed under the names of family members. 
If they accept the plea bargain, Tzipi Levin will serve up to 18 months in prison and her daughter be given community service.