Katie Price files bankruptcy claim for third time as ‘case moved to 2023’
Katie Price filed for bankruptcy for the third time this year after her case was reportedly moved to next February
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Katie Price appears to have changed bankruptcy proceedings for the third time this year, with her court filings said to have moved to February 2023.
The 43-year-old former glamor model will face a judge over the £3.2million bankruptcy debt she has but the hearing, is said to take place at London’s Royal Courts of Justice on the 7th. June, has now been pushed back to next year.
The reality TV star may have had a rough time in court after it was alleged that liquidators handling payments to creditors said she was not “fully engaged” ” into this process.
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Sun announced that Katie’s hearing has been re-listed for February 9, 2023.
The Mirror has contacted the Royal London Court of Justice for confirmation.
A source told The Sun: “The delay will give the court a chance to see how fully she is currently working with the people she owes money to and provide a clearer picture of her position. her wisdom in paying off the debt.”
Katie agreed to a payment plan with creditors in February, as well as paying some of the cash that lenders owe on mortgages she has secured for her Sussex home, called Mucky Mansion.
This hearing was initially delayed from November 2021.
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Details of the payments received for television work, including a Channel 4 documentary that followed her attempt to renovate the £2million mansion.
The attorneys also want to see what efforts have been made to pay off Katie’s now-defunct cosmetics company Jordan Trading Ltd.
Katie was declared bankrupt in 2019 after years of amassing a fortune of £45 million.
She had agreed to pay £12,000 a month to her creditors through a voluntary personal arrangement but it is alleged Katie did not keep the agreement.
A property claim was made against her Mucky Mansion last year, after she allegedly defaulted on a £500,000 debt that could cost her the property.
The mother-of-five explored revenue streams following the collapse of her businesses.
Katie launched an OnlyFans account with the aim of pocketing £1 million in her first year on the online adult platform, but she has had to lower her monthly subscription fee a few times in the hope of attracting enough players to her site. me.
The model also used the sales website Depop, where she was trying to move old clothes from her closet.
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