George Best's son Calum declares himself bankrupt

Best's son declares bankruptcy
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George Best's son Calum files for bankruptcy at the age of 32 following a number of "mistakes" over the years.

The son of Manchester United legend George Best has declared himself bankrupt following years of "mistakes".

Calum Best, whose father passed away at the age of 59 in 2005 due to multiple organ failure, has been forced to file for bankruptcy due to his inability to pay a tax bill.

"I can confirm I have made the decision to declare myself bankrupt as a result of being unable to make tax repayments," Best told The Sun.

"I was blessed to earn a large amount of money at a young age, and mistakes have come with that, but also lessons learned."

The 32-year-old also revealed that his application for individual voluntary arrangement to avoid bankruptcy was denied three times.

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