and BB answers:Countess Alexandra's husband rejects bankruptcy
Martin Jørgensen know nothing of bankruptcy, compulsory winding up or that his wife had to save his economy.
Countess Alexandra's husband, Martin Jørgensen, is annoyed over stories that he should have gone bankrupt with one company and that another would be subject to compulsory dissolution.
Martin Jørgensen vehemently rejects that it is the case.
With these two companies, Software Factory A/S (formerly the Netinnovation A/S) and Office 2012 A/S (formerly the Red Star Alliance A / S), Martin Jørgensen has come under scrutiny with.
- I'm not bankrupt, and I have nothing to do with these companies. I have had a very small share of the mentioned companies, but the ones I sold last year in late summer, when those who had equity-majority. I wanted to go in different directions.
- At that time there were no problems with the companies, but since they were sold on, I have not been involved. I have never been involved so much that I have had in the running to do, says Martin Jørgensen.
Along with the story that Martin Jørgensen is bankrupt, it is said that also his wife, Countess Alexandra, was involved because she has recorded mortgage in her villa on Svanemøllevej, who argued that should be used to help Martin Jørgensen economically.
- I will not explain my wife's private economy, only to say that nothing is further from the truth. I earn my own money in my production company, Two Plus, which among other things makes commercials and film companies. And it is because we are excellent, says Martin Jørgensen.