KATIE Price “hit the jackpot” with her new TV show Mucky Mansion – paid a whopping £45k fee and with no costs, Sun Online can reveal.
We’ll first report on how the mother of five kept her credit card intact despite the much needed renovation work to her spacious West Sussex mansion, in one project. The project will be detailed on Channel 4 series.
Katie’s reality show has been confirmed to air tomorrow, Wednesday, despite her latest arrest.
However, The Sun Online can reveal the combination of “free rewards” and screening fees that have made the project so much more palatable to the star.
They told us: “Katie hit the jackpot with the scheme – she received a £45k fee and didn’t have to put any of her money into the project.
“The costs are being paid by the production company, and she’s received a lot of freebies from companies that want to appear on her show or her social media.”
The Sun went to Channel 4 for comment.
Katie filmed a TV series chronicling her efforts to renovate her dilapidated Sussex home after years of neglect and disasters including fires and break-ins.
It will take place less than a week after her arrest at ‘Mucky Mansion’ on Friday night.
The mother of five is facing five years in prison for allegedly sending a “gutter s**g” text to ex Kieran Hayler about his fiancée Michelle Pentecost.
Now, the star has turned off comments on her Instagram page regarding her messy home remodel after facing backlash from fans.
The official TV show page, which has an impressive 21,600 followers, previously allowed followers to interact with posts by leaving comments under a split second.
Her latest post details how “comment has been restricted” just days after she was arrested at her home and held in police custody overnight.
Meanwhile, Katie’s show fees will certainly help her fall into bankruptcy.
Katie’s The latest bankruptcy hearing has been adjourned to February 2022.
The Sun exclusively revealed that she will return to court before the end of last year to update the trustees on the payment of her debts – but the hearing has now been rescheduled.
The former glamor model was declared bankrupt in November 2019 and in August 2021 we revealed that she faces jail if she misses her next hearing.
Following the 2019 ruling, Katie was supposed to pay £12,000 a month to her creditors after working out an individual voluntary arrangement (IVA) – but failed to do so.
The next hearing is to look at her efforts to pay off her massive debts to creditors two years after bankruptcy.
Katie owes a staggering £3.2 million to her creditorsbut is not able to return all.
The mother-of-five watched her once lucrative £45m media empire fall apart following the collapse of her third marriage to Kieran Hayler and the collapse of her business.
Last year, Katie was attacked with a reclaim challenger for her £1.35m home after she defaulted on more than £500,000 in debt on the property – known as Mucky Mansion.
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.
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