THE grandson of circus showman Billy Good ended up sleeping in his car after racking up debts of £9million, a court docket heard.
Billy Jay Good, one of the heirs to the big-top dynasty, had been evicted from his 12-bedroom Georgian nation pile.
The previous Eton schoolboy, 49, mentioned he couldn’t afford a funeral for his mum regardless of as soon as proudly owning a £20million portfolio of luxurious properties in Britain and overseas.
He advised a choose: “I shouldn’t have common web entry, a correct place to sleep or entry to all recordsdata related to the case, as I didn’t have sufficient room in the small car in which I briefly lived.
“I let my mom down and will probably not operate in any respect as a human being, together with not bathing for a number of weeks and looking for solace on the backside of Jack Daniels after she died.”
His grandfather, Billy, had amassed a fortune from the circus he based in 1946.
However entrepreneur Billy Jay spiralled into debt after failing to fulfill his funds on a £4.2million mortgage taken out towards Nazeing Park Home, his Georgian property close to Waltham Abbey, Essex.
He was additionally caught up in a dispute with his painter sister, Baccara La Roux Good, 44, who claimed a 50 per cent stake in the property.
It meant he was evicted final 12 months and has now needed to comply with promote Nazeing Park Home to cowl his debts.
The out-of-court settlement was rubber-stamped by a choose at Central London county court docket final week.
He additionally settled the dispute with his sister and has been allowed to maintain gadgets left on the former household residence.
They embrace a 1972 Rolls-Royce Corniche, Mercedes Benz 600 SEL and a 1995 Vary Rover with the quantity plate EFU 1.