Partner of cruise ship plunge survivor had his assets frozen by banks just weeks before she fell

Expat electrician Craig Rayment, 43, runs a business on the Costa del Sol aimed at other Brits.

According to the country’s state Official Bulletin website, he had his accounts “embargoed” last month as part of a notification over a tax debt.

The exact amount is unknown. Further publicly available entries reveal banks are warned not to lend money to him as he has a poor credit rating.

He was given 15 days to sort out the issue and last night it was unclear if he had. There is no suggestion air hostess Kay is involved.

She hit headlines last week after claiming she’d fallen from a cruise liner’s deck into the Adriatic Sea.

The 46-year-old spent ten hours in the water before a navy ship saved her off Croatia.

She spent a night in hospital before Craig took her to a Venice hotel. They were snapped laughing over dinner but ref­used to comment to reporters.

Fellow passengers on Kay’s Norwegian Star ship claimed she jumped after a series of boozy rows with Craig.

The Spanish tax office notice says it tried unsuccessfully to contact him.

It is not clear if the debt is linked to his bu­sinesses or personal. Last night Kay and Craig were thought to be at their home in Benalmadena, southern Spain, and un­available for comment.

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