Gordon Ramsay's Feud With Father-In-Law Rumbles On, "He Let Me Down"
Gordon Ramsay is still bitter about his feud with father-in-law Chris Hutcheson.
Gordon Ramsay's feud with his father-in-law and former business partner Chris Hutcheson is rumbling on, after the three-Michelin star chef spoke out about Mr Hutcheson in this month's Men Journal. "First my father let me down, and then my father-in-law let me down. In a sense, I've had two [bleep] dads," said the celebrity chef.
Ramsay won $392,875 in a legal battle with Hutcheson after learning he'd been hacking into his email accounts. He also accused his father-in-law of wrongly withdrawing more than $2 million from the company's accounts - a claim denied by Hutcheson, who subsequently sued Ramsay before settling after the chef bought out his share.
The chef and TV personality is clearly still seething at Hutcheson, who reportedly had mistresses and another "secret family," according to the New York Post. In his latest interview, the chef says Hutcheson would call saying he was in France while a private eye Ramsay hired would report, "He just landed at Heathrow, and he's being picked up by a blonde." The 46-year-old added, "What kind of evil [bleep] would you be, to [bleep] on your family to that extent and bring in this new family that had been hidden for 20 years?"
Ramsay was dealt a huge blow this month after learning his contract to run the restaurant at London's Claridge's hotel will not be renewed. His 12-year stewardship of the Art Deco dining rooms at the five-star hotel was end in June, following the loss of its Michelin star status.
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