MALAGA, Spain (CBS) Legendary James Bond actor Sean Connery is being investigated for alleged tax fraud involving the sale of two large tracts of land in Spain.
Investigators say a property firm linked to the 79-year-old actor failed to pay taxes after he and his second wife sold land they owned on the outskirts of Malaga, Spain a UK paper reported Thursday.
The Daily Mail reported that the company, which also assisted in the sale of Connery's beachside mansion, Casa Malibu, in Marbella, Spain, failed to pay upwards of $2 million in taxes stemming from the sale of development rights to the land outside of Malaga.
They are also investigating the law firm, Diaz-Bastien & Truan, over the sale of Casa Malibu.
Spanish police raided the offices in Marbella and Madrid in May in a covert operation - cleverly referred to as Goldfinger - and seized 30,000 documents, reports the Daily Mail.
Despite the allegations, neither Connery nor his wife have been arrested or charged with any offense.