APPRENTICE star Andrew Brady’s company faces going bust after an order was made for it to be dissolved.
The boyfriend of Love Island presenter Caroline Flack has two months to come up with a reason or reasons why it shouldn’t be struck off.
According to Companies House, his management consultancy firm Aston Brady Ltd has been issued with a First Gazette notice after it was late filing a confirmation statement.
It means from September 11, unless Andrew, 27, comes up with an objection he will lose all of his assets to the crown.
However Andrew’s representative has insisted he has paid the necessary amount for the company to continue operating.
But when the Sun’s Bizarre column contacted Companies House they insisted no forms had been filed nor had an appeal made.
A worker said: “The First Gazette still stands and no appeal has been made.”
It comes less than a year after Andrew took part in BBC show The Apprentice which is fronted by millionaire Lord Alan Sugar.
The only documents that have been filed were its incorporation files in June last year, just four months before the show aired in October.
Before going on the show he worked as a bartender and in recruitment.
Andrew studied at Sheffield Hallam University where he graduated with a degree in aerospace technology in 2015.
He then joined Airbus in late 2016 as an engineering project manager.
Speaking about the Apprentice, Andrew said: “It’s a very intense process but you learn a lot about yourself.
“The days are a lot longer than you’d think.”
Before entering the show he said he wanted his own yacht in Monaco and likened himself to Clark Kent and Gok Wan.
Andrew said: “I want to be rich living on my own yacht in Monaco.
“Some people say (I look like) Gok Wan. It’s not the best but I’ll take it.”
Andrew recently returned from a holiday in the Caribbean with Caroline in a last ditch attempt to save their relationship following a break-up.