Big Brother's Mark Bryon to get visit from bailiffs
'Big Brother: Power Trip' contestant Mark Byron's landlord David Dowie is threatening to send bailiffs into the house to claim the £1,414 he allegedly owes in rent
'Big Brother: Power Trip' star Mark Byron is reportedly set to get a visit from bailiffs.
The psychic claims he can predict the future, but he might be getting a visit he didn't see coming when his landlord David Dowie takes him to court over allegedly not paying his rent.
The flamboyant TV star is said to owe £1,414 in rent for his London flat and furious property owner David is considering sending bailiffs into the 'Big Brother' house to claim the £5,000 prize Mark was given by power housemate Pauline Bennett on launch night earlier this month.
He ranted to the Daily Star newspaper: "I was watching 'Big Brother' and he was sat in the diary room and had won that money. He was saying he was going to used it to buy a pug dog. I don't have someone living in that flat for the high life, it is because it helps to balance the books."
A court spokesperson revealed a warrant had already been issued against the 24-year-old reality star, and a letter demanding Mark pay his debt within five days has been sent to the Elstree TV Studios in Hertfordshire.
A Channel 5 spokesperson added: "We will deal with any legal procedures as is required."