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Robbie Williams' bank balance plagued by holes

The chart-topper earned a massive £32 millionin 2006 from records and touring. But this plummeted to just £269,000 last year, official figures have revealed.

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Robbie Williams' fortune seems to be slipping away.

The pop mega-star's earnings have slid by more than £31 million in just three years.

The chart-topper earned a massive £32 millionin 2006 from records and touring. But this plummeted to just £269,000 last year, official figures have revealed.

Williams's firm, The In Good Company Co, saw cash reserves drop from £1.6m in 2008 to £800,000 and profits from £708,000 to £555,000.

And the 36-year-old's music publishing business, Farrell Music, recorded losses of £536,000, while another of his companies, Little Youth, posted a loss of £65,000. Only Robbiewilliams.com recorded a healthy profit of £400,000.

But the cheeky singer is set to pocket a whopping £15m from his reunion with Take That.

And record companies are fighting to sign him after his £80m  deal with EMI ended.

"He once said that he was rich beyond his wildest dreams, but it seems there are some alarming holes emerging in his bank balance, " the Daily Star quoted a music industry insider as saying.

"But he's like a cat with nine lives. He's never going to be down and out for long," the insider added.

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