BusinessBusiness RecoveryEubank’s prized cufflinks may go as debts mount

Eubank's prized cufflinks may go as debts mount

Chris Eubank could be forced to sell the cufflinks he bought from former bankrupt Jonathan Aitken after running up debts thought to total more than £1m.

Link: Aitken settles terms with creditors

Accountancy Age has learned the former boxer is putting together an individual voluntary agreement with the help of advisers from Tenon recovery.

Among Eubank’s more valuable possessions are Aitken’s diamond and ruby cufflinks for which Eubank paid £7,500. Creditors are now awaiting a report which had been due to be lodged with the Brighton County Court last week, but had not yet been submitted.

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