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How Lotto lout Michael Carroll blew £9.7m on naked waitresses with coke on trays, eight-girl orgies and £2k-a-day on cocaine

How Lotto lout Michael Carroll blew £9.7m on naked waitresses with coke on trays, eight-girl orgies and £2k-a-day on cocaine

WHEN Michael Carroll threw a celebration, the neighbours definitely knew about it – naked ladies would carry trays of cocaine and the festivities would descend into an orgy the place he would mattress eight ladies at a time.

The self-styled “King of Chavs” – whose girlfriend stated he was aroused by the odor of chip fats on her uniform – had £10m in the bank and was going to take pleasure in each penny of it, from the Hummers and BMWs on his drive to the prostitutes in his bed.

 Michael won the lottery in 2002, scoping £9.7m


Michael gained the lottery in 2002, scoping £9.7m

However as The Sun revealed this morning, he’s now penniless and lugging logs about for £10 an hour.

Though he admits he splurged wildly on quick dwelling, he reveals that after his win “a lot of vultures came out of the woodwork.”

But just HOW did Michael from Norfolk, blow £10m?

Sun On-line charts his spectacular fall from grace.

 The former slaughterman is now delivering logs

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The previous slaughterman is now delivering logs

Roman-style orgies and sex with 4,000 ladies

The former binman, now 35, was engaged to Sandra Aitken, who was seven months pregnant with daughter Brooke, when he bought the profitable lottery ticket with his last £four in 2002.

Michael wed Sandra in 2003 but she left soon after, disgusted by his way of life, saying he cheated on her with prostitutes, and “surrounded himself with hangers on”.

 Micky with ex-wife Sandra, who was pregnant when they won the lottery

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Micky with ex-wife Sandra, who was pregnant once they gained the lottery

She took £1.4 million of his money in a settlement.

With Sandra gone, the five-bed Norfolk mansion – dubbed ‘The Grange’ – turned a venue for wild intercourse events, which he referred to as “Roman-style orgies,” and he once boasted that he had bedded 4,000 ladies.

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Champagne, cocaine and women took up a piece of his riches“Once a month, I’d throw these parties, spending up to £50,000,” he stated.

“It would end up with people having sex in my house. There were orgies.”

‘I was sniffing the world away’

He additionally began taking cocaine on an industrial scale – spending as much as £2,000 a day.

He advised The Sun: “I was smoking and the vendor introduced me some white stuff and stated ‘try that’. I attempted it and I used to be like, ‘Bring £1,000-worth round’.

“It just went from there. I started sniffing the world away. Money was no object at the time.”

 Former girlfriend Gemma Pearce said chip fat turned him on

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Former girlfriend Gemma Pearce stated chip fat turned him on

Michael later claimed he bedded four,000 ladies during his high-spending intercourse and medicine binges.

He admitted: “I might look forward to 4 or 5 days on coke.”

Sex in each room and coke on silver plates

“In each room in my house individuals can be f*** ing. Ladies would simply come as much as me and supply me sex.

“The women would have all their gear off and they’d be serving cocaine on silver plates.

“I think the most women I have been with in one night is eight. That’s why they call me Master Micky.”

It wasn’t simply the precise medicine that value him pricey – he also splashed £90,000 on bail bonds for his druggy buddies.

The continuous parties infuriated neighbours and Carroll added to their anger by racing previous bangers and filth bikes around his property in any respect hours and hosting demolition derbies, smashing up automobiles for enjoyable.

 The five-bed mansion which became party central

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The five-bed mansion which turned celebration central

 The house lies derelict after Michael and pals trashed it


The home lies derelict after Michael and buddies trashed it

 The garden at the house was used for demolition derbies


The garden on the house was used for demolition derbies

Chucking Massive Macs and nuggets out automotive window

He and his buddies would additionally drive across the Norfolk countryside in luxurious automobiles throwing Massive Macs and nuggets at pedestrians.

He clocked up greater than 30 courtroom appearances within the years that adopted, including one for threatening kids with a baseball bat at a Christian sing-a-long.

He would present up at courtroom in a souped-up motor, swigging lager and coated in chunky bling jewellery.

‘King of Chavs’

In 2005, he was given an Anti-Social Behaviour Order for inflicting hundreds of pounds value of injury during a drunken wrecking spree with a catapult.

Magistrates heard how he smashed 32 store and automotive home windows with ball-bearings fired from a Mercedes van emblazoned with the phrase “King of Chavs”.

That very same yr, his accountant wrote to inform him that he was right down to the last million.

 The house dropped in price to £150k because of damage


The house dropped in worth to £150okay because of injury

 The mansion was a mess after years of parties


The mansion was a multitude after years of parties

 Michael arriving at court in 2005 with a mystery girlfriend


Michael arriving at courtroom in 2005 with a mystery girlfriend

Amid the orgies he briefly dated waitress Gemma Pearce, who revealed he would ravish her when she acquired house from her job on the Little Chef.

She stated:“I think the uniform was a big turn-on. If I came home smelling like a chip pan he loved it.”

The life and crimes of Michael Carroll

January 2002: Given two months in a younger offenders institute for joyriding

November 2002: Wins £9.7million jackpot.

Might 2005: Cops storm his room at London’s Tower Thisle Lodge to break-up an all-night booze and medicine bender

June 2005: Cops referred to as to his room on the International Britannia on East London’s Isle of Canine. Carroll had reportedly swung from a chandaleier and blown up a televsion.

August 2005: Fined £three,000 by JPs in King’s Lynn for having cannabis and failing to attend a earlier courtroom hearing.

June 2005: Charged with smashing up automobiles utilizing a ball-bearing gun.

December 2005: Cops arrest Carroll over alleged attack on ex-girlfriend Sam Howard.

October 2005: Police referred to as after bouncers a strip membership in Peterborough, Cambs, rumble him with cocaine. He scarpers earlier than they arrive.

December 2005: Solar reveals Carroll’s accountant has written to him to say he’s right down to his final million.

January 2006: Sun reveals Carroll has been granted legal help ahead of a felony trial for affray.

February 2006: Convicted of affray and sentenced to nine months

June 2006: Freed after serving half his time period

July 2006: Takes out mortgages on two of his properties hoping to begin an investment firm

February 2010: Puts his ruined mansion up on the market

February 2012: Given a 9 month discharge by magistrates for pinching Strongbow ciders from a grocery store.

By 2012 Michael was penniless and had to return on the dole for six months.

“There was a few funny looks when I went to sign on, but it didn’t bother me too much,” he stated.

“I was more upset about not getting served in pubs.”

Carroll — who has served three prison terms for automotive theft, medicine and affray — was barred from every boozer in his area after a collection of indignant flare-ups.

Lotto lout’s ruined mansion – Watch tour of wrecked residence of lottery winner Michael Carroll

He stated: “My mugshot was behind each bar within the county, and even the locations I might behaved through the years in informed me I was not welcome.

“Pubs I’d been going to since I used to be seven or eight-years-old closed their doors in my face.

“I was sick to my teeth of the place. It was time to move on.”

200 daggers on the walls

Michael had spent £390,000 on his eight-bedroom Norfolk mansion in 2002 and an extra £200,000 was spent on enhancements together with a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.

However when he bought it for £150,000 years later, pictures confirmed ripped up, blood-splattered walls and fixtures and fittings smashed to items.

Floors and partitions have been coated in graffiti whereas the land surrounding it was strewn with the wreckage of his banger automotive races.

He additionally purchased a holiday house in Spain which he adorned with greater than 200 daggers and swords ordered from on-line catalogues.

 Michael had the words 'Micky' and 'Miss-be-haven' built into the block paving at his house

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Michael had the phrases ‘Micky’ and ‘Miss-be-haven’ constructed into the block paving at his house

 Michael has racked up 30 court appearances and three prison sentences

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Michael has racked up 30 courtroom appearances and three prison sentences

He bought a second British residence, which he put in in the identify of a relative fearing Sandra ‘s legal professionals may ask for a share, however that backfired when the relative kicked him out.

In an effort to start again, Michael upped sticks and moved 500 miles north of the border hoping his popularity would not comply with him.

In Scotland he was briefly reunited with Sandra however she returned residence to Northern Eire after the relationship failed once once more.

‘I used to be like James Bond – I had a licence to kill’

He worked as a forklift driver in a biscuit manufacturing unit and then did a five-year stint as a slaughter man in an abattoir.

 Michael says if he won again he would turn up to work the next day


Michael says if he gained again he would turn up to work the subsequent day

He stated: “I turned a totally licensed slaughterman.

“I was like James Bond: I had a license to kill. On any given day I might shoot up to 400 cattle. It was great.”

After five years blasting bovines, Mikey was left devastated when the Dunbia abattoir in Elgin shut its doorways final April.

“Once I received laid off they gave me a cheque for £four,900.

“Back once I was rich, cash like that was peanuts to me. I might spend that in a day.

“But times had changed though and I was delighted to get any pay-off at all.”

‘If I gained once more I might nonetheless work’

Carroll’s life has now changed past all recognition.

He has swapped his five bed room, six-acre country pile in Norfolk for a £500-a-month two-bedroom home in Elgin, Scotland.

His fleet of 20 motors –  which included a Hummer, a Lexus, and a number of BMWs — was bought off and the money frittered away and at the moment he both bums lifts to work or trudges there by foot.

He now works up to 12 hours a day delivering coal and logs for £10-an-hour and says he’s “not bitter” about his change of way of life.

“Easy come, easy go. “Going broke is the most effective factor that happened to me and, consider me, I had a great time doing it.”

“People often say to me, what does it feel like to have lost all that money? I tell them I didn’t lose it… I spent it”.

In the present day he nonetheless does the occasional lotto lucky decide, and has clever words of advice for future winners.

“Don’t give up work no matter you do. Even if it’s just some hours a day, keep working.

 The bathroom in the Norfolk home was wrecked


The toilet within the Norfolk house was wrecked

 Michael blew the whole fortune on wild parties

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Michael blew the whole fortune on wild parties

“My drawback was I used to wake up in the morning, drink a large glass of vodka, do a number of strains of cocaine, and then I’d be able to get away from bed and face the world.

“If I won a second time, I’d be down the yard at six every morning. Just to keep out of trouble.”

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