Footy great Brendan Fevola explains how he lost MILLIONS of dollars by 'being a bogan' - forcing him...
Brendan Fevola has revealed how living like a 'bogan' saw him end up on reality TV as he opened up on losing millions of dollars.
The footy great, 42, has struggled with gambling addiction in the past and once famously admitted to selling his Coleman Medal - the prize awarded to the AFL's leading goalkicker - to fund his habit.
Fevola declared bankruptcy in 2013 and had a stint in rehab following a rapid downward spiral towards the end of his footy career.
And speaking on Fox 101.9's Fifi, Fev & Nick, the Carlton cult hero explained how his lucrative earnings 'ruined' his life.
'I did it. I earned millions. Millions. And I lost it all because I was a bogan,' he said.
'I pretty much wasted it all. We had seven houses throughout my footy career. Lost it all because I punted.