It looks like celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay may be in a bit of a pinch as he faces a tumbling restaurant empire, the tax man and allegations of infidelity.
His flagship restaurant in London, Foxtrot Oscar, has closed for two days a week, and his two other London restaurants are for sale, the New York Post reports.
Eight months ago the 42-year-old's company was loaned $14 million by the Royal Bank of Scotland, according to documents. And he allegedly owes two years worth of back taxes.
There are also rumors that some restaurants owned by the "Hell's Kitchen" star are asking for extended time to pay suppliers — in some cases, as long as six to eight months — though the chef's reps have denied this claim, the Post reports.