Mick Norcross suffered a ‘huge’ financial blow before he was found dead after facing a £1.5million loss on a luxury housing project because of ‘drainage problems’ while owing £5.2million in bank loans on his hotel renovation project hit by the coronavirus pandemic and going £1million over budget, MailOnline can reveal today. The Sugar Hut’s ex-owner, property developer and reality star, who rose to fame as the man behind the nightclub on the hit ITV2 series, was discovered at his mansion in Bulphan, Essex, by emergency services on Thursday afternoon. Mr Norcross was seen ‘looking pale’ and ‘didn’t look too well’ at around 8.30am yesterday – just hours before his death, neighbours told MailOnline. In a tragic final tweet, posted just before his body was found, he wrote: ‘At the end remind yourself that you did the best you could. And that is good enough.’ He is survived by his sons Kirk, Mason, Daniel and daughter Hollie. He also has three grandchildren. Essex Police have not confirmed the cause of Mick’s death, or if it was suicide, but said it was not being treated as suspicious. But fellow TOWIE stars and friends have suggested he was battling depression and suicidal thoughts. Mick… Read full this story
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