The Dragons' Den star, who is originally from Clydebank, said he was "sad more than bitter" over his split with his second wife Joanne, which was finalised this year. The businessman, who made his fortune through gyms and care homes, said he had to give "every single penny" to his ex-wife.
"I think my children have been robbed," he said. "My older children are now not getting this they're entitled to. We had a beautiful villa for 10 years and now we don't have it any more. We used to have some great times there. All the memories are gone. We had a place in London - it's gone. So I think anyone who has children should be warned about what they're doing when they get married to someone else."