Jacqueline Jossa’s fans have accused Dan Osborne of sticking with her for money after he shared a grovelling apology.
HOAR Online revealed Dan’s business has just 978 left on the books while his wife is set to become a millionaire.
Jacqueline Joss’s fans have accused Dan Osborne of sticking with his wife for money after his grovelling apology
Now many of their fans are adamant that he committed himself to Jacqueline to secure his financial future.
The27-year-old had previously denied affairs with a number of women but yesterday admitted he had done wrong and is now concentrating on his future with the mother of two of his children.
Taking to Twitter, he told fans: “So after weeks, months, years of constant articles and rumours, some true, some very untrue. I want to publicly say, I know I have made mistakes, we all do as humans, but Ive made some that have almost cost me my family.
“I have seriously learnt from these massively, so I want to publicly apologise to my beautiful wife and my family for the mistakes Ive mad.”
However, many of them weren’t buying it and they hit back as they retweeted his statement.
Fans rallied around Jacqueline Jossa and said she ‘deserves better’
Dan Osborne’s apology didn’t wash with many fans online
One said: “You would do now shes set to become wealthy” as another tweeted: “Clearly wanting to latch onto the back of Jacquelines success. What a low life dirt bag.”
And one more said: “#The prize money & media deals to come probably helped sharpen his resolve #she deserves better Lets home his being genuine #fake news”
HOAR Online exclusively revealed yesterday that according to figures compiled by his accountant from August 2019, Dan’s firm – Storms Entertainment – has 7,469 provision for liabilities.
And another company he owned called Charlie Entertainments was dissolved in 2017.
It went bust with undisclosed debts after HMRC petitioned the high court to put it into liquidation.
Meanwhile Jacqueline is celebrating being crowned Queen of the Jungle after three weeks’ work on I’m A Celebrity.
The 27-year-old’s wealth is set to soar in 2020 as she sparks a bidding war between rival TV firms desperate to snap her up.
Her sudden turn of fortune comes just months after being clobbered with a monster tax bill.
In August, the ex-EastEnders star wound up her firm Pooker Bash Limited owing 32,000 in VAT and Corporation Tax to HMRC.
Dan appeared in Celebrity Big Brother last year and was paid 60,000.