GINO D’Acampo has landed a brand new job amid the recent professional turmoil.
Following this, the TV chef will host a cooking demonstrationthat his once-popular restaurant chain was shutting down due to mounting debt.
Gino will put on a show for visitors to the Yorkshire Dales Food and Drink FestivalMonth.
The event will take place in Skipton at Funkirk Farm from 21st to 23rd July.
Gino isn’t the only famous face who will appear at the event.
Other TV stars such as James Martin and The Hairy Bikers will also hold demonstrations and share their food secrets.
After a series of setbacks to his career in recent months, Gino will have to face the crowds and the star is likely looking forward to attending the popular, family-run festival, which is the biggest of its kind in the UK. to get back on the road to success.
The Sun exclusively revealed Gino’s restaurant chain has gone bust with over £5million in debt.
The insolvency practitioners have launched an in-depth investigation that is costing a whopping £150,000. She will examine the behavior of key stakeholders and the reasons behind the disappearance of company books.
It comes after Gino called off his show with Gordon Ramsay and Fred Sirieix after being caught with cannabis by Border Force sniffer dogs.
The Sun previously revealed that just weeks before he left the TV roadshow, Gino was caught with the Class B drug while flying to the UK on Gordon’s private jet after filming in Spain.
A resurfaced clip from 2020 also showed the star taking drugs on camera while filming Gordon, Gino andThe American road trip.
It’s a mystery why IRG – formerly known as Gino D’Acampo Worldwide Restaurants Ltd – owed millions after being declared solvent last year.
Investigations are now underway to find out why a Gino D’Acampo Ltd creditor has suddenly emerged and owed the company almost £5.4million.
Last April the company, owned by This Morning TV chef, 46, and his wife Jessica declared its bankruptcy and two directors signed a statement saying it had no creditors.
The insolvency practitioners have now launched a costly and thorough investigation that will address, for example, why these debts have only now come to light, the behavior of key stakeholders and the “whereabouts of the company’s books and records”.
The company’s main shareholders are Gino, who owns 10 per cent, and Individual Restaurants Group Ltd, which acquired a 75 per cent stake in 2019 for an undisclosed amount.