The Spanish government is seeking an eight-year sentence for Colombian singer Shakira in a case involving 14.5 million euros in tax fraud, according to a document released by the government office on Friday.

Over 80 million records have been sold worldwide by the singer, including “Hips Don’t Lie,” who declined a settlement earlier this week.

Her taxes are alleged to have not been paid between 2012 and 2014, when Shakira said she was not living in Spain.

The prosecutor’s document, seen by Reuters, asserts that Shakira was ordinarily resident on Spanish soil between 2012 and 2014. However, in May 2012, she purchased a home in Barcelona which became a home for herself, her partner, and their son, born in Spain in 2013.

An eight-year sentence and a fine of more than 23 million euros ($23.5 million) await her if she is found guilty. The trial date has not been set.

Asked to comment, Shakira’s representatives pointed to a statement she sent out on Wednesday, saying that she “is fully confident of her innocence” and considers the case “a total violation of her rights.”

An earlier settlement offer has not been disclosed.

A 45-year-old singer – “Queen of Latin Pop” – said she initially paid the 17.2 million euros that the Spanish tax office said she owed and claimed she has no outstanding debt with the tax authorities.

The latest development in the tax case occurs just one month after Shakira and her husband, Barcelona player Gerard Pique, announced they would separate. Shakira, 45, and Pique, 35, have been together since 2011 and have two sons.

Shakira could face up to eight years behind bars for a million tax fraud cases.