Ron Brand who owes the sum in unpaid rent has refused to take the help from his wealthy as he doesn’t want to increase his burden. On Tuesday, the actor’s dad will appear in the UK court where the judge will decide whether to declare him bankrupt or not.
His Surrey, England home has been ordered to be sold off, so that he can settle his debt by forcefully selling his property.
When the actor was only his six-years old, his parents, Ron Brand and Barbara, parted their ways. But the relationship between father and son was not affected much as they always stayed in contact.
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