Bono’s mall in Lithuania, Madonna’s medical supplies and Keira Knightley’s property empire: Paradise Papers reveal where stars put their cash

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Bono, Madonna and Keira Knightley are the biggest stars to be named in the Paradise Papers.

The U2 star used a company based in low-tax Malta to buy a shopping centre in Lithuania, the freshly-leaked documents reveal.

Madonna, 59, who is worth around £410million ($550million) is also named as shareholder of a medical supplies business based in Bermuda.

The offshore business was set up in 1997 but shut down 17 years later in 2013.