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Daytime TV chef Rustie Lee who rose to fame in the 80s is declared bankrupt after lawyers spent almost ten years chasing her over £75,000 debt Rustie Lee, 73, is known for being a pioneer of Caribbean cuisine in the UK A regular on daytime TV shows, she first became a household name in the 1980s
TV chef Rustie Lee, known for being a pioneer of Caribbean cuisine in the UK, has been declared bankrupt after lawyers spent nearly a ten years chasing her over £75,000 in debt.
The TV-am star, 73, withdrew money from a company she ran with her husband shortly before it went bust in 2013.
A statutory demand for £75,750 was made to Lee and proceedings brought against her, The Sun reports.
They concluded last month at Brighton Crown court and the Birmingham-raised chef was made bankrupt.
Her husband Andreas Hohmann reportedly faces proceedings for a similar amount.
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