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Report: Oscar Pistorius audited, fined for unpaid taxes after declaring assets in court

FILE - In this photo taken Friday, Feb. 26, 2013 file photo, Olympic athlete, Oscar Pistorius appears in court for his bail hearing after being charged with the shooting of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, in Pretoria, South Africa.  Oscar Pistorius and Caster Semenya have been left off a list of athletes to receive funding by the South African Olympic Committee ahead of the 2016 Rio Games. South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee chief executive Tubby Reddy says Pistorius wasn't included on the Operation Excellence support program because of his decision not to compete this year to concentrate on his murder trial. He's accused of shooting his girlfriend. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe, File)

FILE - In this photo taken Friday, Feb. 26, 2013 file photo, Olympic athlete, Oscar Pistorius appears in court for his bail hearing after being charged with the shooting of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, in Pretoria, South Africa. Oscar Pistorius and Caster Semenya have been left off a list of athletes to receive funding by the South African Olympic Committee ahead of the 2016 Rio Games. South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee chief executive Tubby Reddy says Pistorius wasn't included on the Operation Excellence support program because of his decision not to compete this year to concentrate on his murder trial. He's accused of shooting his girlfriend. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe, File)  (The Associated Press)

A South African newspaper says Oscar Pistorius has been fined for unpaid taxes after having to declare his assets in court during his bail hearing.

The City Press newspaper reports Sunday that the South African Revenue Service audited and fined the double-amputee runner "less than one million rand" (under $105,000), which he paid.

The Olympian is charged with premeditated murder for the Valentine's Day shooting death of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp at his upscale house in Pretoria in the pre-dawn hours of Feb. 14.

Pistorius declared in a court affidavit during his application to be freed on bail in February that he earned around $630,000 a year and owned three houses and a vacant plot in South Africa with a combined value of nearly $1 million.