Rita Ora was rapped by financial chiefs for failing to reveal official paperwork for her business empire.
The singer has built up a £6.5 million fortune through firms that channel her multi million earnings, but Companies House authorities recently began the process of striking off two of them.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The Hot Right Now singer, 30, had to move swiftly to file accounts at the last minute which had been due in April after she was threatened that they would be closed.
EXCLUSIVE: Rita Ora came close to losing £6.5 MILLION after failing to file paperwork for two of her companies, with Companies House threatening to close them both
Companies House issued compulsory strike off action against Ora Multi Services Limited, which has £4.5 million reserves last year and Ora Live which had almost £2 million. She is the main shareholder of both businesses.
A notice served on the two companies on July 6 said: 'Unless cause is shown to the contrary, the company will be struck off the register and dissolved not less than two months from the date shown above.
'Upon the company's dissolution all property and rights vested in, or held in trust for, the company are deemed to be bona vacant, and will