From This is Money:
If he fails to pay up they are threatening to pursue the husband of TV presenter Anthea Turner for bankruptcy.
Mr Bovey is also being chased by accountants over a luxury clay-pigeon shotgun bought by his company for his use at charity shoots.
Imagine Homes, once billed as Britain’s biggest buy-to-let property empire, went into administration last year with debts of £50m. These are business debts for which Mr Bovey is not personally liable.
Administrators from accountancy firm Deloitte are now going through its books to find out what assets remain.
But Stuart McIntyre, the former finance director of Imagine Homes, has claimed that Mr Bovey has kept personal items purchased for him by the company, and some company assets.
It is understood that the items include the shotgun and a £150,000 overpayment of rental income made to Mr Bovey from company properties.
If Deloitte does not resolve the matter, it will consider filing for bankruptcy against Mr Bovey – the seco…