Top photographer is forced to exchange life behind camera for begging staff

Leen Thijsse worked for years as a top photographer for major American brands such as Nike, General Motors and UPS. He flew around the world, slept in the most expensive hotels and spent long periods of time with stars he portrayed. Leen was so successful in his work that he became a millionaire with it, invested a fortune in real estate and had a beautiful villa built on his Veluwe estate. But his jet-set life is a thing of the past since the bank pushed him into a hole, according to the ex-millionaire. Now he is forced to work as a dishwashing assistant in a restaurant.