Colombian pop singer Shakira resides in Spain, but “lives” in the Bahamas for tax purposes, her lawyer told Univision News Tuesday.

The information comes as part of the “Paradise Papers” leak, a set of 13.4 million documents from two offshore legal and financial service providers in Bermuda and Singapore. The documents come primarily from Bermuda-based Appleby. The investigation was headed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), whose members include the New York Times, BBC and Univision News.

The Bahamas, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands — where the papers show several famous people’s money being parked — are all notorious tax havens.

The singer, whose full name is Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, lives in Barcelona, Spain, with her husband, soccer player Gerard Piqué, said Ezequiel Camerini,  Shakira’s attorney. Shakira does own a house in the Bahamas and once physically lived there, he said.

“Our client has been a resident of the Bahamas since 2004 and owns a house in said country from that date,” said Camerini. “As an international artist she has resided at different locations throughout her professional career and, in every case, has fully met the laws of all the jurisdictions where she has resided.”

In addition to “living” in the Bahamas, Shakira has also parked $35 million worth of assets in the form of musical rights in two other notorious tax havens, Malta and Luxembourg. Shakira runs a company in each of the countries that retain the rights to her songs and intellectual property.

“ICIJ does not intend to suggest or imply that any persons, companies or other entities have broken the law or otherwise acted improperly,” the group said in a disclaimer posted online. The leak shed light on dozens of people and companies who have offshore accounts and investments hidden from the public eye.

German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, which is part of the ICIJ, first acquired the leak before sharing it with the rest of the consortium, which began publishing reports on the information Sunday.