- Wonderful Productions Limited’s accounts show it made a loss in 2023
Spice Girl Geri Halliwell’s personal businesses lost £150,000, MailOnline can reveal today, in a fresh blow for the star as she grapples with details of the investigation into her F1 boss husband Chris Horner.
Accounts for its main business, Wonderful Productions Limited, show it made a 2023 loss of £77,994, compared with a profit of more than £152,000 previously.
It meant he couldn’t pay himself anything compared to the previous year, when he enjoyed a £762,240 payout from his company Wonderful Productions.
Falcon Queen Limited, an independent company owned by Geri, also suffered losses of £75,521 and plunged £276,000 into the red.
While there is no sign of immediate financial trouble, with Wonderful having reserves of almost £1.38m, the crisis couldn’t come at a worse time for Geri.
Spice Girl Geri Halliwell’s personal businesses have lost £150,000 in a hit as she grapples with details of the investigation into her F1 boss husband Chris Horner. Pictured: the couple at the F1 Grand Prix in Monaco in May.
Chris Horner (pictured at Badbury Rings Point to Point in Dorset) is being investigated over allegations he sent “sexually suggestive” text messages to an employee of his Red Bull F1 team.
Husband Chris Horner is being investigated over allegations he sent “sexually suggestive” text messages to an employee of his Red Bull F1 team.
He vehemently denies all allegations, which were initially believed to center on claims of controlling behavior.
But Dutch newspaper De Telegraph claimed to have seen messages at the center of the investigation and alleges they were “sexually oriented”.
De Telegraaf reported that Horner allegedly sent sexual messages to the employee “over an extended period of time.”
The messages were said to have been saved and presented as evidence to the outside lawyer leading the investigation after the woman filed a complaint last December.
The Dutch newspaper also claimed that Horner’s lawyers attempted to settle the case with a payment and that Red Bull’s senior management was aware of their offer.