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N-Dubz rapper declared bankrupt 16 December 2013

A member of music group N-Dubz has been declared bankrupt owing money to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).

Richard Rawson (pictured far left), who goes by the stage name Fazer, had a bankruptcy order filed against him on 4 December 2013 at the High Court following a creditor’s petition.

The Official Receiver was unable to confirm the amount of debt outstanding to HMRC.

Rawson is registered at an address in Royal Drive, London and cites his occupation as “musician”.

According to the Insolvency Service, he will be automatically discharged from bankruptcy on 4 December 2014.

According to reports, Fazer’s bandmate “Dappy” appeared in court last week facing bankruptcy over unpaid tax which he has until 28 January to repay.

Rawson grew up in Camden, London, and has been a member of N-Dubz since the age of 12.

The band released its first album in 2008 and is currently on hiatus while its members pursue solo projects.

By Ellie Duncan

 

 

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