Monday, February 23, 2009

This should cheer you lot up on Monday morning !!!

Credit crunch 'victims' Anthea Turner and Grant Bovey to sell their £5million mansion

Victims! They owe the money, they have left debts, they have left creditors and companies out of pocket!!! These awful, slimy people, who threatened legal action to those who scoffed, are now heading for the knackers yard! Their BTL empire is gone and now the poor, poor no-hopers are having to sell their £5 million pound home (bet it's not worth that) ! "Perfect housewife" - Perfect pair of parasites if you ask me. They've lost "£100" million - They never had it !! - They had debts not the actual cash, they had supposed values of properties. These two nasty people, with their 'charity' work, have gone belly up, Phil Spencers company has gone the same way......Please, please, please (I may even start believing there is a God) Let it be KIRSTY next ! Happy days campers, happy days !

Posted by shining wit @ 03:52 AM (1094 views)
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4 thoughts on “This should cheer you lot up on Monday morning !!!

  • Missingteddybear says:

    “For sale: Turner and Bovey are giving up there luxurious abode”

    I know we all make slips from time to time, but a journalist writing this when there are lots of people with better grammar and spelling out of work…tut tut!

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  • Not exactly queueing at the Jobcentre just yet – they still have their £5 million chateau in the Alps.

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  • and I thought that when a company goes bankrupt, they took all of your assets from you until the debt is paid.

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  • ontheotherhand says:

    “Only last year Bovey, 47, boasted that one of his companies would make them £1billion. The business, Imagine Homes, was being prepared for stock market flotation”

    Is the company really called Imagine Homes? Hubris only trumped by Brown. Imaginary £1bn more like.

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