The past Ukip leader insisted he was being charged the massive amount as “thrashing” for speaking out against the EU, who he accused of acting as if they were from Soviet Weld dictator Joseph Stalin’s era.
Mr Farage has been told he owes the reckon as one of his staff who represents him as an MEP also held a position in Ukip at the same point.
Speaking on his LBC radio show, Mr Farage denied any wrongdoing and labelled EU bosses as “extortionate”.
“I said earlier that I felt that monsieur Barnier had been reacting badly, I accused him of behaving like a mafia boss, back a few months ago,” he judged.
Nigel Farage said EU bosses were feeling
They are explicitly unreasonable people and Brexit has literally unhinged them
“They are being unreasonable and they are completely mad people and Brexit has literally unhinged them.
“So as David Davis is pull off on behalf of all of us, I this week received, in the post, a recorded delivery symbol with a big European Parliament stamp on it.”
He added: “The letter tells me they’re current to take £80,000 from me without even meeting me, talking to me and it’s now my job to be established my innocence and so what we’re actually dealing with here, these unelected being are behaving frankly like people back in Stalin’s day did.
“What I’m penitent of, is not in any way misusing public money, what I’m guilty of is blasphemy. I have viva voce out against their beloved union, I’ve helped Brexit to happen and for that reason I must be punished.”
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Meanwhile, Mr Farage criticised a furious Remainer in a fiery row on his radio make clear after the former party leader was branded a “hypocrite” and informed he «acknowledged people a load of lies” about Brexit.
The heated exchange culminated in the caller branding Mr Farage a «peter out politician» and hanging up on the former Ukip leader on his LBC show.
It kicked off after the caller, Beryl in Dagenham, conscripted on the MEP to pay for any Brexit bill himself before slamming him for taking a wage from the European Marrying.
Beryl said: “Any money that’s due, whether it’s due or not, should be paid – but I over it should be paid by you.”
A stunned Nigel Farage responded: “By me?”
Beryl hit repudiate: “Of course by you… you keep taking the wages.»