All four members of the Arctic Monkeys are being accused of hiding money from the "tax man". The members of Arctic Monkeys are being grouped with thousands of fellow British citizens accused of taking part in an "aggressive tax avoidance scheme."  According to "The Times," Alex Turner, Jamie Cook, Nick O'Malley, and Matt Helders have found themselves on a list of about 16-hundred people who allegedly tried to shelter a combined sum of more than two-billion dollars through what's being called the "Liberty" tax strategy.  The rockers reportedly paid as much as 144-thousand dollars in fees to shelter between 955-thousand and one-point-eight-million dollars.  The quartet has yet to comment on the report.

The Arctic Monkeys weren't the only famous names to pop up on the leaked list.  Singer George Michael and actor Michael Caine are also accused of sheltering hundreds of thousands, along with less notable doctors, businessmen, and the like.