Polygamist Brady Williams has been married to the quintet of women in Utah, U.S., for around 20 years each. But such devotion comes at a price, as he's learned.
For the super-duper dad is £240,000 ($402,000) in debt.
Brady, who appeared with his large family on US television show 'My Five Wives' filed the papers this week.
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In the document he cites £105,000 ($180,000) of credit card debts and a business loan of £60,000 ($100,000).
Assets he listed include a £30 ($50) wedding ring, six cars (one for him and one for each wife we're guessing), a £12 ($20) lawn mower, £6,000 ($10, 215) in real estate holdings and £13 ($22) cash in his wallet.
The balance in his savings account is listed as having a mere £2 ($3.61). His six cars include a £4,090 ($7,000) Ford Fiesta car, two Kia Spectra Hatchbacks worth £1,800 ( $3,000) each, a £1,500 ($2,647) Dodge Durango, a Chevy Cavalier worth £540 ($931) and a Honda ATV worth £87 ($150).
However, Brady only lists one wife on the bankruptcy document – because he is only legally married to Paulie, according to the document.
The other spouses - Nonie, Rosemary, Rhonda and Robyn - aren't mentioned, although some do contribute to the family income.
Paulie works as a dental hygienist, Nonie works for the family construction business and Rhonda is a medical assistant.
Brady himself is a philosophy student who works part time at the family construction business, which is owned by his brother.