"Boobies Rock" promoter pleads guilty in IRS tax case

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - The promoter of a fake charity that promised to help breast cancer research has pleaded guilty to not filing a tax return.

Adam C. Shryock, 37, of Castle Rock, has been in trouble before: In 2015, he was ordered to return $1.89 million and pay $4 million in civil penalties for his role in a fake charity he founded that saw models selling "Boobies Rock" merchandise at bars. Proceeds from the sales of the merchandise, instead of going to breast cancer charities, was instead pocketed by Shyrock, the government alleged. He also was sentenced to six months in jail in 2015 for his role in the scam.

Now the Internal Revenue Service wants Shryock.

Read more at the Devner Business Journal: http://bit.ly/2oELXVh

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