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Wed. Aug 10th, 2022

LOTTO Lout Michael Carroll has remarried his ex-wife more than a decade after she left him to frolic with prostitutes.

The self-styled “King of the Chavs” was just 19 years old and worked as a binman when he picked up £ 9.7 million on the lottery in 2002.

Michael Carroll has remarried to his ex-wife Sandra


Michael Carroll has remarried to his ex-wife SandraCredit: Paul Edwards – Solen
Michael won the lottery in 2002 with a volume of 9.7 million
Michael won the lottery in 2002 with a volume of 9.7 million

But he blew his winnings on booze, drugs, sex and friends with ex-wife Sandra Aiken left the “big shot” to use prostitutes.

She now appears to have forgiven Carroll, 38, and the couple has tied the knot for the second time, reports the Daily Record.

The couple got married at a small ceremony last Saturday and are now believed to be living a quiet life together.

A friend told the newspaper: “Mickey has calmed down a lot and has lived a pretty good life and worked hard.

“Him and Sandra buried the hatch and got back together and it has worked well for them.

“It happened very quickly in the last few months, but they fell in love and are really happy together now. That which is past is forgotten. “

The couple originally married in 2003, but Sandra left shortly after growing disgusted with Carroll’s lifestyle.

The mother, who gained £ 1.4 million from her winnings, claimed he had cheated on her with prostitutes and “surrounded himself with hangers on”.

Sandra, now 38, said in 2009: “Mickey thought he was a big shot, better than anyone because he had money and he surrounded himself with hangers.

“I went because he fried £ 10 million away on drinks and drugs and cheated on me with prostitutes.”


After Sandra left, Carroll turned her five-bed Norfolk mansion into an ugly cave called ‘The Grange’.

Carroll hosted wild sex parties, which he called “Roman-style orgies,” and he once boasted that he had put 4,000 women to bed.

“Lotto Lout” also spent its days partying with friends in luxury destinations like Jamaica, Barbados and Puerto Banus.

His life went out of control and the millionaire, who immediately gave away £ 4million of his winnings, appeared in court more than 30 times.

He has served three prison sentences for car theft, drugs and affray and was once barred from every pub where he lived.

Carroll’s mansion fell into disrepair, and the other two he bought eventually slipped from his fingers.


By 2012, his money was gone and Carroll was forced to go on dole for six months.

The Sun revealed in 2019 how Carroll had moved to Scotland and worked as a coal miner.

He rented a house of £ 500 a month with two beds and also had a job at a biscuit factory and slaughterhouse.

He said at the time: “I do not look back with any regrets, that’s for sure. It was 10 years of fun for a pound, you can not go wrong with that.

“I would not return the clock. But I live a good, free lifestyle now, and I am happier because I have got my life back.”

Carroll was branded Chavs King
Carroll was branded Chavs King
He blew his winnings of £ 9.7 million
He blew his winnings of £ 9.7 million
Carroll recently worked as a coal miner in Scotland


Carroll recently worked as a coal miner in ScotlandCredit: Abermedia / Michal Wachucik
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