The High Court has ruled that Wes Brown, a former Manchester United and England star, is bankrupt.
The former Red Devils defender, who earned £50,000 per week at Old Trafford, was the subject of a bankruptcy petition filed by HMRC on February 27 of this year. It was approved by the High Court on April 12, and The Gazette published the order this week.
According to reports, he was said to have divorced his 46-year-old wife, Leanne, who appeared on the reality show Real Housewives of Cheshire.
The three kids’ folks were joined in marriage in 2009 at the extravagant Peckforton Palace in the Cheshire town of Tarporley.
Wes and Leanne lowered the price of their home in Prestbury, Cheshire, in 2016 from £4.5 million, which they had listed for sale six years earlier.
Leanne made the observation three years later, “Yes, we have a wonderful life and a lot of money, and while the money is nice, you live in this bubble when you have it.” The fans can be wonderful but also extremely mean.
It must be difficult for football players to endure being praised for a poor kick or goal miss one moment and denigrated the next. After their careers are over, we are the ones left to clean up the mess and bear the brunt of the leftovers.
“Here and there being distant from everyone else a ton is troublesome. When the guys play for a prestigious team and represent England internationally, they travel a lot.
Brown is planning to attend a football game the month after next in order to provide assistance to organizations that were established following the tragedy at the Manchester Arena.