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Keiichi Morisato

Satomi Yuria, A/V Actress, Looking For Husband

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Keiichi Morisato    418
Keiichi Morisato

Well known Japanese adult A/V star, Satomi Yuria, has been in trouble in japan lately with her tax trouble, having not paid taxes on her income as an adult film star for ten years. Failing to report taxes on nearly 245 million yen, she now owes 115 million yen in taxes and penalties and she just announced that she's looking to get married. The online community jumped on the bandwagon with many saying that she's looking for a rich guy to marry her to help her with her tax trouble.

Over on a popular website, Sankaku Complex (be warned, while I won't link to it, it does host a lot of adult content not suitable for younger viewers), with many of the comments advising any suitable prospects to get a prenuptial agreement, retain a separate banking account, separate credits cards and to protect themselves financially before marrying this prowling gold digger.

Then, I started to thinking, would you marry someone who had a serious financial burden that could also affect your financials? Would you pay off her debt? Would you get a prenuptial agreement? Would you run for your life?

Here are some photos of the A/V actress:

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winedrinkingcritic    20
winedrinkingcritic

Forgive my language but... this woman is getting f***ed by the government over a job that exploits her being f***ed for a living all over the internet. Something does not seem right about that. It's like the government is saying prostitution is okay as long as you pay us our cut.

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vanagandr    203
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While I don't know any details on the subject (about the tax evasion - if there was any at all), I'd rather not take Sankaku Complex as a valid source of information for anything. That site has a long history of clickbaiting visitors with over exaggerating, if not downright fabricated information, as well as vindictive streak a mile wide whenever their merchandise wants to get away from the kind of industry that site so much relies upon. And by merchandise I unfortunately refer to the women who are otherwise prominently featured there. 

After all, it's clear that after ten years it's obvious that most A/V idols would try to slowly move away from an industry where their body is the main attraction, and start a family before they're far too old to do so. Hence some of their fans overreacting.  And the same goes for idols too. Whether their fans like it or not it's inconsequential. 

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Keiichi Morisato    418
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@vanagandr, I've known about Sankaku Complex for awhile. The news they report, on this one, they partially hit the nail on the button. Yuria is indeed facing serious financial trouble from failure to pay her taxes in Japan. According to tokyoreporter.com, which was also reported by reddit who sources the tokyoreporter article:

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Satomi never filed a tax return between 2007 and 2013 with the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau. Over that same period, her bank account received deposits totaling 245 million yen.

The native of Kanagawa Prefecture received about 45 million yen from her work as an AV actress. The remaining 200 million yen came from boyfriends, with each depositing about 50 million yen into her account.

In taking into consideration additional taxation and taxes in arrears, the bureau determined that Satomi was liable for 115 million yen in penalties, the previous report said.

“A tax adviser told me that if the [the money from boyfriends] was deemed ‘consolation money’ due to a break-up then it would not taxable,” she continued. “However, that turned out not to be true.”

 

Concerning that angle about her desire to want to get married, I haven't been able to find anything, news articles or otherwise, with the sole exception of Sankaku Complex. But, her tax troubles with Tokyo's tax authorities are being reported.

http://www.tokyoreporter.com/2017/07/24/av-actress-yuria-satomi-discusses-sex-and-taxes/
http://www.tokyoreporter.com/2016/10/31/porn-starlet-exposed-by-the-tokyo-tax-office/
 

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vanagandr    203
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In other words they're trying to tax an activity that's otherwise illegal? it's ridiculous how it seems like they caught her taking money for compensated dating (or escorting services if you will) and instead of focusing on the illegal part of that activity, they focus on whether she paid the taxes. I mean, if she did pay them, they wouldn't have a problem with it? 

Besides... IF we accept that what was otherwise going on was legal, does it also mean that every woman who receives any amount of money (for any reason) from their boyfriends/husbands needs to give them a receipt? Really? 

As for her marriage, few women in the adult industry can remain active for more than a decade. Beyond that it's really hard to make nearly as much from that sort of profession. 

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winedrinkingcritic    20
winedrinkingcritic

Roxanne Hall was pretty active for a long time, and then her filmography ended in her early 40s. Don't know what happened to her after that.

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winedrinkingcritic    20
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I looked up some of Satomi Yuria's "videos" online. The "performances" I saw were kind of boring, tame, and pixilated. Is she really that famous?

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Sugoi    47
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On 17.9.2017 at 12:54 AM, vanagandr said:

Besides... IF we accept that what was otherwise going on was legal, does it also mean that every woman who receives any amount of money (for any reason) from their boyfriends/husbands needs to give them a receipt? Really?

Not really surprising to me that logic. Otherwise you wouldn't have cases where tax evaders apparently get more severe punishments than for example criminals commiting several cases of assault, robbery, etc... (at least where I live)

 

22 hours ago, winedrinkingcritic said:

I looked up some of Satomi Yuria's "videos" online. The "performances" I saw were kind of boring, tame, and pixilated. Is she really that famous?

I guess the "performers" prominence doesn't really matter. It's all about the story.

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winedrinkingcritic    20
winedrinkingcritic
17 minutes ago, Sugoi said:

I guess the "performers" prominence doesn't really matter. It's all about the story.

No, it's not the "story", it's the staging and the acts that they do, and that's entirely the unimaginative director's fault, not the actors. Having some guy lay in the middle of the floor while his partner does only one boring position for ten minutes straight (using only one camera angle no less) is extremely lazy.

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Sugoi    47
Sugoi
2 minutes ago, winedrinkingcritic said:

No, it's not the "story", it's the staging and the acts that they do, and that's entirely the unimaginative director's fault, not the actors. Having some guy lay in the middle of the floor while his partner does only one boring position for ten minutes straight (using only one camera angle no less) is extremely lazy.

I was referring to the news article. Sorry, if my post was ambiguous..

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Keiichi Morisato    418
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Thing is, Japanese A/V starlets get around the prostitution laws by claiming "compensated dating" so they're taxed for it instead of locked up in jail. Far as the laws go in japan regarding prostitution, it's illegal to work as a prostitute or to engage the services of a prostitute, but it does prosper in Japan from ladies in the sex industry by skating around the law.

The Anti-Prostitution Law of 1956 states that "No person may either do prostitution or become the customer of it," loopholes, liberal interpretations and loose enforcement of the law have allowed the sex industry to prosper and earn an estimated 2.3 trillion yen ($24 billion) a year. In Japan, the "sex industry" (fūzoku 風俗, literally "public morals") is not synonymous with prostitution. Since Japanese law defines prostitution as "intercourse with an unspecified person in exchange for payment," most fūzoku offer only non-coital services, such as conversation, dancing, or bathing, to remain legal.

Many Japanese prostitutes simply work in Korea and in other Asian countries as well. But, I think most law enforcement, no matter the country, don't go out actively looking to bust hookers unless it's right there in plain view of where they can observe it.

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winedrinkingcritic    20
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Your explanation that they skirt their way around the law by doing "Everything But" amusingly reminds me of Rob Schneider in Deuce Bigalow.

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