Former billionaire Seán Quinn says he can no longer support the RTÉ Documentary that is being aired for three consecutive nights starting tonight.
The Ballyconnell resident said he originally had given the documentary his full backing until seeing the episode documentary over the weekend.
RTÉ will broadcast what they are calling a landmark documentary series tonight detailing the rise and fall of Seán Quinn.
The documentary will detail the repercussions that has been felt in the area known as "Quinn Country" and for Ireland.
Originally the documentary had the backing of Sean Quinn but he told the Joe Finnegan Show after watching the documentary he can no longer support the RTE programme.
Sean Quinn said there was an agreement in place with the documentary makers that he would have his opportunity to tell his side of the story.
Speaking to Joe Finnegan on Shannonside Northern Sound, he believes that hasn't happened and that the documentary will bring nothing new to what already is in the public realm.
The truly remarkable story of the man everyone said was too big to fail is also being published as a book that will be released on Thursday the 1st of December.
The producers the documentary said that the three part series tells how, over the course of his career, Seán Quinn managed to go from school dropout to the richest man in Ireland, only to lose it all.
Quinn Country will air for three consecutive nights starting tonight on RTE One at 9.35pm.