Katie Price unable to sell Mucky Mansion as woes worsen


Katie Price would be unable to sell her Mucky Mansion – without settling a host of debts. The troubled 43-year-old faces bankruptcy hearings this year.

The mum-of-five turned to OnlyFans to earn money on the side, and the former glamor model – who once went by the name Jordan – also sold clothes on Depop. Katie starred in a show based on the Channel 4 series based on her house renovation earlier this year.

Katie bought the once lavish mansion from former Cabinet minister Francis Maude in 2014 for £2million, but a combination of things saw the value of the star’s West Sussex home plummet.

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Katie was struck by a number of notices served on the house’s deeds. Mucky Mansion aired in January. The reality TV veteran’s show saw his struggling property undergo an extreme makeover – as Katie aimed to restore her Mucky Mansion to its former glory.

The Sun newspaper reports that a restriction reads: “BANKRUPTCY RESTRICTION registered under Section 86(4) of the Land Titles Act 2002 as the title of the owner of the registered estate appears to be affected by a bankruptcy order issued by the High Court of Justice. against Katie Price also known as Katrina Amy Alexandra Alexis Price (Land Charges Reference.) No disposition of the registered domain shall be registered until the trustee in bankruptcy of the estates of the bankrupt is registered as the owner of the domain checked in.

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