RIVERDANCE star Michael Flatley is dealing with demands for £1.8million after the collapse of his theatre business.
Greater than £350,000 of it’s owed to HMRC in unpaid taxes, a report by finance consultants mentioned.
The remainder is due to varied collectors as half of a “misfeasance” bundle, that means he’s accused of failing to handle his cash correctly.
Investigators are probing Marotiri West Finish Ltd, arrange by Irish-American Flatley, 64.
It offered “help actions to performing arts”, however was closed by court docket order in 2016.
Liquidator Lloyd Hinton says in a report there was “inconsistency” and “varied points” in relation to funds made by the corporate.
Flatley’s workforce had “failed to present ample causes for the aim of the funds in addition to being absent of any substantive proof”, the liquidator mentioned.
It comes after Flatley revealed he had had surgical procedure for an “aggressive” type of cancer.
Clenching his fist in an Instagram publish as he returned dwelling he wrote: “Thanks to everybody all over the world for your love and prayers.
“I’m overwhelmed by your kindness. I’ve been launched from hospital and am on the mend.”
Marotiri was arrange in 2014 and filed one set of accounts which confirmed that though it had belongings of £1.9million, it owed collectors £2.3million, which meant it was virtually £400,000 within the pink instantly.
Flatley’s spokesman was contacted however declined to remark.