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Millionaire Ronan Keating and wife 'refuse to pay cleaner £500' over ‘filthy’ mansion

Millionaire Ronan Keating and wife 'refuse to pay cleaner £500' over ‘filthy’ mansion

Ronan Keating is reportedly refusing to pay his cleaner after his wife Storm claims she left their pad in a state.

The multi-millionaire, 44 and Aussie fashion designer, 40, hired Jasmina Dimitrieva to help clean up their £5 million mansion.

The couple were moving out of the pile and hoped to get everything shipshape, however according to Storm, the cleaner didn't do her job.

The mum-of-two allegedly texted Jasmina: “I have never seen anything so appalling for an end-of-lease clean. There is no way I’d leave a place looking so grimy.

“I’m gobsmacked at how bad this is — dead flowers and even old food left on the shelves?"

Storm continued to complain that there were marks on the walls, dirty skirtings and 'appalling bathrooms', reports The Sun.

She fumed: “Surely, you can’t be happy with this? Cobwebs. Floors weren’t vacuumed or mopped — there were dead bugs and hair and food bits."

Storm is also reported to have sent Jasmina a picture of a 'filthy' toilet and socks covered in dirt to prove her point.

The blogger says she will pay something but is waiting to see if any of the cleaning costs will be deducted from the landlord.

Millionaire Ronan Keating and wife 'refuse to pay cleaner £500' over ‘filthy’ mansion

The couple, who married in 2015, hired Jasmina to clean their house before they moved to Hertfordshire.

The Macedonian native says she had to pay her cleaners out of her own pocket and criticised Storm's behaviour.

She complained: “The Keatings are wealthy people. They should not be treating me this way. How Storm replied was terrible.”

The cleaner claims she was never told the property was a mansion, stating that her fee should have been £1,100.

She said: “The removal guys were walking around making a mess. That’s why the floors were dirty at the end.

"Storm said if I go back and clean the whole house she might pay me the original £500.”

As a solo artist, dad-of-five Ronan has sold more than 20 million records worldwide.

And with a whopping six number one hits in the UK alone, Boyzone shifted 25 million.

The Mirror has contacted Ronan and Storm's reps for comment.

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