Gardening guru Jamie Durie has placed his media company into voluntary administration following a bitter years-long legal battle with a former employee.
Mike Curnow once worked as the worldwide head of licensing at JPD Media and Design, with a court recently finding he is owed $563,000 in 'unpaid commissions' from the company.
But no payment has yet been received by Curnow, who told The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday he's 'absolutely disgusted' that Durie has now placed the company in the hands of administrators, claiming the business has just $1 left in the bank.
'I'm absolutely disgusted': Jamie Durie's company has goine into voluntary administration, with a former employee blasting the TV gardener in an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday
'This has cost me my marriage, my home and my career ... if he (Durie) thinks I'm going to give up now he is mistaken, I'm not going anywhere,' Curnow blasted whilst interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald.
Last year, Durie told the same publication that due to his international profile Curnow 'has made millions out of me over the years'.
But in March, a court found