Ant McPartlin shuts £20m company after divorce to Lisa Armstrong

ANT McPartlin has shut his £20 million TV business after divorcing Lisa Armstrong.

The Sun Online reported back in April that Ant, 44, had moved to close the firm and now, according to documents filed with Companies House this week, it has been struck from the register.

Teecourt Limited held much of Ant’s fortune, which was central to the multi-million pound divorce agreement between the star and his ex Lisa.

It was Ant’s TV production company which was used to pay him for his share of work with Declan Donnelly.

Last year it had retained earnings of £20 million which included £9 million in cash and £11 million in investments.

He began legal proceedings to wind up Teecourt Ltd in April after he negotiated a monster divorce with his ex-wife.

Now, according to documents filed with Companies House the cash and assets have been stripped from the firm.

And has overhauled his life since splitting from Lisa, having forked out on a new house for him and girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett.

The west London love nest set him back £6million.

Ant was also made to cough up £86,000 on his drink driving fine after crashing his car while under the influence of alcohol in 2018.

Teecourt Limited had made £3 million in the year to June 2018, which covered the first part of Ant's break away from presenting after his drink-drive arrest.

But the accounts never revealed how much he had made during the bulk of his year off in rehab after he moved to close the company.

It would have covered the missed I’m a Celebrity Series in 2018, Britain’s Got Talent and Saturday Night Takeaway from last year.

Back in April it was revealed that Dec made £5.2 million last year, mainly through his TV production company called Deecourt Limited.

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