Katie Price fans all said the same thing when she posted clips from My Mucky Mansion

KATIE Price’s Instagram followers all said the same thing after she released a new clip from the upcoming TV show Mucky Mansion.

The Channel 4 series chronicles Katie’s efforts to renovate her dilapidated Sussex home after years of neglect and disasters including fires and break-ins.

Katie Price returns to TV next week in her series Mucky Mansion


Katie Price returns to TV next week in her series Mucky MansionCredit: katieprice / Instagram
Fans are confused how she can afford to live in the house


Fans are confused how she can afford to live in the house

However, fans were quick to point out that Katie still hasn’t paid off her debt totaling more than £3 million, including £500,000 for the property she was ordered to recover.

She faces losing her home if she can’t accumulate the cash to pay off her debtors before a recovery hearing.

A Land Registry search for the property found owner Katie owed money to both Kensington Mortgage Company and attorney Archerfield Partners LLP.

One of her followers commented: “Anyone else will be evicted and have their home foreclosed if they owe the mortgage company as much money as you do.. how are you still there so strange ..”

A second said: “I’m pretty sure if I ever decided to stop paying my mortgage to buy bolts on boobs and turkey teef, and I owe more than my house’s worth, I would simply homeless.”

In the clip, Katie screams “yeah baby” as she goes to work spray-painting her furniture.

43 years old doesn’t mind getting her hands dirty for home improvements at her Sussex store.

She wrote on Instagram: “One thing I absolutely love is crafting and creating things, especially with the kids. During this series of events, I’ve found so many things I can do and fix. It’s fun – stay tuned next week to see my creations!”

In true Pricey style, she’s wearing a pale pink hard hat and matching hi-vis vest as she organizes her belongings.

Katie was recently horrified to learn she had lost £1 million on the property after it fell into disrepair and dropped in value.

Mother of five bought it from former Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude in 2014 for £2 million.

But since then her home has been hit with a string of bad luck, including theft, flies and floods.

Former glamor model Katie has landed a Channel 4 show – which will begin in two weeks – that will follow her efforts to make her mansion liveable again.

A source said: “Katie knew it was in dire condition, but when she learned it was now worth less than a million – half its original value – while filming the new show, that’s it. a real shock.

“She’s going to do everything she can to get her former glory back and make it worthwhile again. It’s been a real disaster for her.”

Katie is devastated in 2020 when intruders ransacking property.

They flooded the upper floor by leaving the faucet running – causing thousands of pounds of damage to her newly built kitchen.

The trespassers also rummaged through Katie’s personal boxes in the attic to see what they could find.

Last year, her Mucky Mansion was targeted by thieves again. Katie goes back there and discovers that a bunch of personal photos have been stolen.

In 2018, part of the house is damaged by fire when her seven-year-old son Jett’s bedroom caught fire.

The fire, caused by Paul, Katie’s step-son, started in the first-floor bedroom, leaving the room and hallway black with smoke.

Last year Katie also talked about how the flies threw the garbage at property.

Speaking on her YouTube channel, Katie said: “This is my house which I’m not in at the moment because of all the fly catching has been done.

“Everything was stolen, it was stolen twice in a row and my ceiling fell down where they put the faucet.”

Katie Price returns to obnoxious Mucky Mansion after vandals destroy it in explosive first glance in her new C4 show

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