Property Porn Stars' Tyron Ash tells shocked Holly and Phil prison was 'hell on earth' as he reveals drug-dealing past

PROPERTY Porn Stars agent Tyron Ash has revealed prison was "hell on earth" when he spent time inside for drug-dealing.

The estate agent has transformed his life since spending 40 months locked up at HMP Woodhill in Milton Keynes, HMP Ranby in Nottinghamshire and an open prison.

He now runs his own business flogging luxury property and is starring in a UK property show to rival Netlfix's Selling Sunset.

Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on today's This Morning, he said of his dark past: "In 2015 I was off the rails for probably two or three years. The frustration boiled over for me, because I wanted to make money.

"I went about it completely the wrong way. I ended up being convicted of intent to supply class A drugs and it was something I regret deeply, hurt my family immensely, and I learnt some serious lessons from that experience.

"For me it was hell on earth. I always considered myself an intelligent and sharp business person, so where I'm locked and confined you can't express yourself, you can't think about what business you're going to build."

He added that his family lived the sentence with him and it was seeing their pain that was the worst part of the punishment.

The high-end estate agent now claims to have wrestled £300million of “super-prime luxury” listings from the big players in the last 18 months.

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Tyron, 33, employs a team of 100, who stand to earn up to £80k on a sale.

There’s no office or shop window and the company’s incredible listings — including a £3million penthouse in Chelsea Harbour with a 360-degree view and a £5million Surrey mansion with an indoor pool complex and cinema — are promoted on TikTok and Instagram.

“High streets are full of the dinosaurs of the industry,” says Tyron, in the opening of the show, with the cast-iron confidence of a wannabe from The Apprentice. He adds: “I only want real estate sharks here.”

“At an open prison men have freedom to socialise, but I preferred the safety of the cell because I didn’t want to mix. My stance was, ‘Why socialise? I am ashamed to be here.’ I watched my dad cry in the visiting room, and if that doesn’t wake you up nothing will.”

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