Jamie Oliver received a £5.2m payout from his restaurants before his UK business collapsed and making 1,000 staff out of work.
The Accounts of the Jamie Oliver Group, which contain his food and media interests, showed the profit to the famous chef in 2018 was 40% decrease in the previous year’s sum of £8.6m.
In May It crashed with more than 20 restaurants, such as Jamie’s Italian sites, creditors facing losses of up to £83m when they forced to shut their doors.
The result of rising costs and greater consumer caution made them fell victim to the crisis facing the wider casual dining sector
Chief executive of Jamie Oliver Holdings, Paul Hunt, called the results as “resilient”, he said it has “weathered” significant challenges in 2018.