PAUL Hogan has been left a prisoner in his own country after the tax office took advantage of his trip from the US to attend his mother's funeral and banned him from leaving.
The ATO's order stands until he pays an alleged multi-million dollar tax debt on undeclared income from Crocodile Dundee franchises.
Hogan, 70, was grounded after arriving in Sydney on Friday after the death of his mother Flo, who was 101.
Officers served the notice at the home of one of Hogan's daughters.
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