Glenn Tamplin has put Billericay Town up for sale.
Tamplin, who has reportedly invested more than £2.5million into the National League South outfit, says he has 'been pushed too far' and is stepping down.
He told The Echo: "The club is up for sale as of tomorrow as I can't take anymore. After the Woking game I was told by their chairman that the police wanted to speak with me.
"They told me they had received a report that I had been snorting drugs in the public toilets. I asked to be tested and they said they didn't have the test kits with them, I was then told I might be pulled over.
“I was pulled over 15 minutes later and to be asked if you have been taking drugs in front of your five-year-old daughter and eight-year-old son is not something I am willing to put my children through. Not for football."
Tamplin says he would be happy to accept an offer of £500,000 for his stake, if the club was left 'in the right hands'.