The strange story of Matthew Krane took another turn late Thursday as the former partner of renowned entertainment lawyer Jacob Bloom pleaded guilty to federal passport fraud and tax evasion charges in a scheme involving overseas tax shelters.

We previously covered Krane’s legal troubles in July, when the Hollywood tax lawyer sued a former client, entertainment industry billionaire Haim Saban, over a $36 million fee Krane was paid for referring Saban to a Seattle-based hedge fund.

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