Milo Yiannopoulos More than $2 Million in Debt, According to Promoters

Yiannopoulos owes money to the Mercer family, among others.

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Milo Yiannopoulos is allegedly in serious debt. (Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)
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Controversial Breitbart alum Milo Yiannopoulos is reportedly in more than $2 million worth of debt, according to documents assembled by his former Australian promoters.

According to The GuardianYiannopoulos‘ creditors include employees of his company, a wedding venue and his former sponsors, the billionaire Mercer family.

Those documents show Yiannopoulos also owes money to the luxury jewellery brand Cartier, far-right writers like Miles Cheong, anti-Islamic propagandist Pamela Geller and science fiction writer Theodore Beale.

The cache of documents was posted on the website of an Australian far right figure and United Patriots Front member, Neil Erikson, The Guardian reported. Hints of an apparent split between Yiannopoulos and his former promoters, Gold Coast-based Australian Events Management, were detailed as well.

Yiannopoulos apparently demanded money from the management group for his living expenses, medical bills for himself and his husband, and payment for his employees — on top of cash the promoters say they already gave him.

In response, Yiannopoulos told The Guardian that the documents referred to “company debts, not personal.”

“I’m doing fine,” he said, “and bringing in $40k US a month.”

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