NOEL Clarke’s production firm is £1.5 million in debt, The Sun can reveal.
The disgraced actor, 45, has been axed from many of his jobs following a series of sexual misconduct allegations that have been made against him.
The star is the owner of production company Unstoppable Film and Television Ltd, and the latest accounts only add to his woes.
The Sun can reveal that Noel’s firm made a staggering loss of £500,000 in 2020 – having previously lost the same amount in 2019.
The added blow puts the company £1.5 million in debt, according to public records.
Website Celebrity Net Worth report that Noel has an estimated worth of £2.8 million.
Earlier today, we told how the star was still listed on celeb-messaging site Cameo – hoping to earn a little extra cash by charging fans for video shout-outs.
The Kidulthood actor charged £48.50 for each message that he recorded, and was sharing videos as recently as last month – although none since news of his sex scandal broke last week.
After being contacted by The Sun, Cameo shut down his page – saying that he is now “temporarily unavailable”, which means that Noel has lost yet another source of income amid his company’s financial troubles.
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At least 27 women have now come forward to accuse Noel of a range of acts – including sharing sexually explicit pictures and videos without consent.
The allegations, which have been fiercely denied by the married star, relate to a period between 2004 and 2019.
They have caused his glittering career to crumble around him – with two broadcasters already cancelling his shows, and Bafta stripping him of his Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema award that he was honoured with last month.