TOWIE star Gemma Collins has been forced to shut the front door literally on one of her businesses, according to reports.
The reality TV favourite, 37, who owns fashion stores in Essex, Marbella and online, owes £80,000 in debt from Gemma’s Boutique, according to The Mirror.
An investigation conducted by the publication found that the venture went into voluntary liquidation last July.
Meanwhile, the accounts of her other company, Gemma Collins Ltd, showed that last year it only made a profit of £56,337.
This is despite Spear’s Wealth Management reporting that the former Celebs Go Dating star – who likes to boast of her lavish lifestyle online – is worth £2.7m.
Despite the findings, a source insisted that business was still booming for the GC, saying: “Gemma’s online clothing business is doing really well and she has opened another shop.”
Tallia Storm accompanies Gemma Collins at the airport in Jersey as they pose for snaps next to the GC’s private jet [Getty]
Earlier this month Gemma shared pictures online revealing that she had opened a new shop called Candy G in her beloved Marbs.
OK! Online have contacted a representative for Gemma for comment.
Elsewhere, Gemma has been getting over her reported split from boyfriend James Argent by posting a series of sexy swimwear pictures while on holiday in Spain.
The reality stars have been dating on-and-off for years, getting back together earlier this year.
However Gemma is believed to be the one to have called time on their romance after tiring of his “party lifestyle”.
Talk of a split comes after Gemma said that marriage and children were possibly on the cards for herself and Arg.