I’m A Celeb star hints at money troubles after he’s forced to leave £17m mansion

Boy George has hinted at money woes as he appeared to ask for a cash flow after leaving his luxury £17million mansion.

The pop icon, believed to have been worth £41.8m, revealed he was looking for an influx of wealth. The I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! star appeared to reveal he may be having some money woes in a social media post to his Instagram page.

The Culture Club singer re-shared a manifestation video to Instagram, which focused on attracting wealth. In the "7-minute morning ritual to attract wealth rapidly" clip was footage of somebody completing some welding, with a voiceover saying: "You are going to receive unexpected money within the next 72 hours, if you save this audio."

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It then showed Instagram users an option to "type 'yes' and share to affirm". The account reportedly claims that the practice of manifestation can "activate your 'Billionaire Brain Wave' by making one tiny change to your morning routine".

The 62-year-old star's post comes after he left his luxurious Highgate £17m mansion and put it up for rent in a bid to earn more money. The London based musician opened up about his financial woes recently, despite reportedly bagging £500,000 to appear on I'm A Celebrity in 2022.

When asked how much money he currently has, Boy George told The Sunday Times: “Absolutely f**k all." He went on to talk about his mansion and what was behind his decision to move out of it, adding: “I can get more money renting it than living in it.

"But it's been really fun being out of there. I love it," he added. This year has also seen him agree a payout towards ex Culture Club drummer Jon Moss.

Culture Club paid Mr Moss £1.75m to end a legal battle after he claimed they "expelled" him. Mr Moss had been due to take his ex-bandmates to court in a legal battle over the group's earnings. But the impending six-day trial did not go ahead after Boy George, guitarist Roy Hay and bassist Mikey Craig agreed a judgement should be made in favour of Mr Moss agreeing to the lump sum to be paid immediately.

Manifestation has become very popular in the last decade. It is the practice of thinking positive thoughts with the idea that they will then happen.

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