Shakira was spotted leaving a Miami airport with her sons on Tuesday, following news that she might face up to eight years in prison for tax fraud.

The singer is accused of pretending on tax documents to live abroad from 2012 to 2014, when she was actually a resident of Spain, authorities from the country claim. Shakira called Barcelona home while together with soccer star Gerard Piqué, 35, who plays for the city. The pair, who share two young sons, are now split following accusations that Piqué was unfaithful.

Shakira is said to be planning to leave the country trying to jail her, and eyeing a permanent move to Miami ⁠— where she was seen stepping off a plane with her boys Sasha, seven, and Milan, nine. It appears the trio were arriving from Los Angeles, California, where they attended an LA Dodger’s game, according to Shakira’s Instagram.

The Colombian superstar, 45, has already repaid the $15.5 million she is accused of evading on Spanish taxes, as well as over $3 million in interest.

A spokesman for Shakira said: ‘Shakira has always cooperated and abided by the law, demonstrating impeccable conduct as an individual and a taxpayer, and faithfully following the counsel of PricewaterhouseCoopers, a prestigious and globally recognized tax firm.’

Shakira put on a brave face around her sons as they made their way through the airport.

The doting mom walked hand-in hand with her boys on Tuesday, who both sported matching outfits, consisting of red T-shirts and black shorts. They finalized their looks with athletic sneakers. At one point Sasha was seen giving his mom a gentle kiss on her hand.

The singer last posted a picture on Instagram with her sons in early May in honor of Mother’s Day. The sweet snap featured the two boys kissing their mother on her cheeks on what appears to be a family beach day.

‘With one kiss they can cure it all and make it worth your while to keep fighting for them,’ she wrote under the post. The caption could be in reference to custody negotiations with Piqué, or to her potential jail sentence that would see her separated from her children for nearly half their childhoods.