Brit-Indian Shrien Dewani, whose wife was killed during their honeymoon trip in South Africa, reportedly faces a cash crisis with his firm in the UK, as it is believed to be 6.25 million pounds in debt.
According to the Sun, Shrien's 'PSP Healthcare' company owes four million pounds just in bank loans.
The care home chain was set up by Shrien along with his brother and father in 2005.
The company is reported to have made a loss of 822,000 pounds last year, double the 2008 losses.
It is also reported to not have filed its mandatory returns for the current financial year.
Shrien and Anni Dewani were two weeks into their Cape Town honeymoon when the taxi they were in was hijacked in Khayelitsha township by two men armed with guns on November 13.
They ordered the driver of the taxi to get out and then took off with the car and the couple.
Shrien was later released, but the gunmen took off with Anni, who was later found inside the car shot dead. (ANI)