Mr Mc Manus declined to comment when contacted by the Daily Echo yesterday.
The report also reveals: * The biggest single creditor in the collapse of Stephen C Associates is the payments processing company Worldpay, based in Manchester, which is owed £535,820.
* The Birmingham-based ticket seller Ticket Factory, is owed £72,761, while a Bournemouth-based ticket agency, Elite Tickets, is owed £10,847.
n Friday 24 November, panic broke out on London’s Oxford Street due to false reports of gunfire, and while it was later revealed that the incident was actually an altercation between two men, shoppers were sent into a panic and mass evacuations took place.
When the truth about the matter - including the fact there were no gunmen - was revealed, Olly was roundly mocked for his role in the panic, but speaking on Monday (9 April), the star was keen to defend himself.
“It is the best show I’ve worked on for a fact, so I’m loving that.” Asked what ‘The Voice’ had over ‘The X Factor’, he cheekily responded: “We can’t compare.