Jess Impiazzi looks glam in a black evening dress as she attends Sharper premiere with Jermaine Pennant… after former footballer revealed he’s bankrupt after blowing his fortune
Jess Impiazzi and Jermaine Pennant put on a loved up display as they held hands while posing on red carpet at the Sharper world premiere in London on Tuesday.
The actress and ex reality star, 33, looked incredible in a black silk strapless gown while the former footballer, 39, cut a dapper figure in a grey three piece suit.
She flashed her toned legs through a daring thigh high split and added inches to her frame in a pair of pointed toe heels.
Jess styled her long brunette tresses in loose waves pulled over her one shoulder and accessorised with a simple pendant necklace.
The beauty completed her evening ensemble by adding a glamorous palette of makeup including a swipe of bold red lipstick.
All smiles: Jess Impiazzi and Jermaine Pennant put on a loved up display as they held hands while posing on red carpet at the Sharper World Premiere in London on Tuesday
Looking good: The actress and ex reality star, 33, looked incredible in a black silk strapless gown while the former footballer, 39, cut a dapper figure in a grey three piece suit
It comes after Jermaine revealed he lost more than £10million in earnings and even forget he owned a house due to having ADHD.
The former footballer, 39, who described himself as ‘financially illiterate’, said he blew his fortune on dodgy investments and bad actors who targeted him.
Speaking to The Sun, Jermaine also told how he went on to lose three houses and fell into bankruptcy due to his money problems.
He said: ‘In all honesty, I could have been a billionaire and still f***ed it up. I have made so many mistakes but I did not know how to deal with things and would not think of the consequences of my actions.’
Jermaine revealed he was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder last year along with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) linked to childhood trauma.
The athlete’s ADHD meant he forgot he owned a house in Cheshire after leaving Liverpool for Spanish side Real Zaragoza.
However, he was still paying the interest only mortgage on the £1.2million property which he reportedly bought on the advice of a fixer, who he says swindled him.
ADHD is a behavioural condition defined by inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness.
Stunning: She flashed her toned legs through a daring thigh high split and added inches to her frame in a pair of pointed toe heels as her beau wrapped a caring arm around her waist
Symptoms typically appear at an early age and become more noticeable as a child grows.
PTSD is an anxiety disorder caused by very stressful, frightening or distressing events.
People with PTSD often suffer nightmares and flashbacks to the traumatic event and can experience insomnia and an inability to concentrate.
Jermaine also detailed his lavish spending, saying he would think nothing of splashing the cash on nights out and once paid a £25,000 bar bill for his friends during a trip to Las Vegas.
The footballer, who lives in Surrey with his girlfriend Jess Impiazzi, was declared bankrupt at the start of this year with debts of more than £1million.
Jermaine was also hit with a tax bill of more than £1million in 2018 which he said he has disputed and still doesn’t know what it’s for.
He said: ‘That is the thing that led to the bankruptcy more than anything else. I had no idea what I was earning and what was coming out of my account.’
Jermaine said he regrets his past behaviour with money and advises younger players not to make the same mistakes.
Nottingham-born Jermaine burst on to the scene as a teenager and became a £2million signing at just 15, making his debut for Arsenal as a 16-year-old.
Candid: It comes after Jermaine revealed he lost more than £10million in earnings and even forget he owned a house due to having ADHD