Eric Trump dismisses ‘insane’ Turnberry debts rumour despite signing off on accounts showing £107m owed to creditors
Eric Trump has said it is “insane” to suggest his family’s Turnberry hotel and golf resort is in debt, despite personally signing off on accounts which show its parent company is reliant on loans totalling nine-figures.
The second son of US president Donald Trump said he had “heard” a story circulating of how Turnberry’s corporate vehicle, Golf Recreation Scotland Limited, was £107m in debt.
In an interview with The Times, he dismissed it as one of the “great rumours” surrounding his family’s ownership of the South Ayrshire resort.
He insisted: “It’s insane. How can we buy a property in... read more
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