AN Apprentice star has been forced to quit the iconic BBC boardroom.
Reece Donnelly, 25, has stepped down from the gruelling business contest after six weeks.
A telly insider confirmed the theatre boss left due to health issues.
The Glasgow entrepreneur got tongues wagging after a body language expert revealed his fascinating background makes him a very "valuable asset".
Tonight's episode sees the remaining business boffins jetting off to Dubai to throw a business away day for the show's latest challenge.
We previously told how Reece's half-brother is currently serving a life sentence behind bars for a brutal knife murder.
His brother Nico was caged back in 2016 after fatally stabbing Jamie Johnstone, 21, at a block of flats in Sandyhills, Glasgow.
The 29-year-old has also had extra time added to his sentence for violent behaviour in jail.
Reece claimed he didn't know his brother and his "heartfelt condolences" go out to everyone affected.
Elsewhere Scots entrepreneur Reece has spilled the tea on what happens when the cameras stop rolling.
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After admitting wannabe business boffins are sometimes forced out of their swanky accommodation – which boasts a sauna, hot tub and cinema room.
But there's a very good reason for departing with The Apprentice mansion – which sits on Britain’s most exclusive road.
Reece took to social media and said: "We stay in a £17 million house in North London – we call it Huxley House.
"We’ve got various other names that we like to have a laugh about.
"We stay in this amazing mansion with a swimming pool, a cinema room and everything else you could possibly ask for.
"However if we are going out on tasks, sometimes we need to stay wherever that may be."
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