The Canadian actor best known for playing Captain James T Kirk on the blockbusting science fiction series issued the warning on Twitter and apologized to fans.
He claimed the UK government was trying to get overseas sellers to impose VAT on orders sent to the UK from the New Year.
Shatner said he asked his staff to investigate and they found it would cost £ 1,000 a year just to do the paperwork.
He wrote: “This is too much for a small business to take up, otherwise we would have to raise prices significantly.
“If nothing changes, ShatnerStore.com will stop accepting orders from the UK on January 1st. I am sorry.”
The William Shatner Store sells merchandise from TV shows he’s starred in, including Star Trek, TJ Hooker, and Boston Legal.
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