The 19-year-old self-proclaimed entrepreneur and managing director of web design firm Oxy-UK has been over adventurous with his business credentials. Liam Young claims that his £200,000-turnover company hosts two million web sites (seriously unlikely) and employs 12 people. Why, then, has it ground to a halt while he’s in the Big Brother house? A whole website has been dedicated to exposing Young’s porkies. Is Young a fraudster who has bullshitted his way onto national television? Lying about your business when you’re fully open to scrutiny on national TV is a foolish mistake to make. Running the risk of being labelled a deluded fantasist, one can only wonder whether Liam will try to reinvent himself as a celebrity.
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