Katie Price sells fast fashion items for even cheaper on Depop after bankruptcy

The reality TV star is reselling second hand clothes from fast fashion companies who are already selling items at affordable prices, even less as she tries to turn around her financial situation

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Katie Price has resold low-cost online fashion brands through platform Depop following the latest bankruptcy court settlement.

The 48-year-old star was declared bankrupt in 2019 – but has managed to maintain her lavish lifestyle, which includes exotic overseas trips despite her financial difficulties.

Last month she reached an agreement in court to repay £2.3million due to creditors – with the star agreeing to pay a ‘small contribution’ to reduce the amount money owed to creditors along with a new regular payment plan at a Supreme Court hearing on Feb.

Meanwhile, she’s been making extra money through her page on Depop – a social e-commerce company that allows people with accounts to sell items to others.

Katie Price has been selling fast fashion items through Depop for cheap – including a product from Girl In The Mirror that bears a striking resemblance to a Fendi design



But perhaps to demonstrate how much she wanted to make a dime, the star sold off the original pieces fairly cheaply and resell them at a discounted price.

An item from the Girl In The Mirror online store – which sells items including cheap fashion-inspired clothing – has been snapped up by a fan for just £7.

The mustard-colored top features a similar design to the famous Fendi logo featuring two interlocking Fs – although the Girl In The Mirror item appears to include the letters I, E and F.

She has posed wearing other Girl In The Mirror items – with one seemingly inspired by high-end design agency Louis Vuitton



Although Katie’s single-digit price list for resale of the item can be seen as an absolute bargain as Girl In The Mirror usually sells t-shirts and t-shirts for around £25, which is considered affordable by many. people.

Other items being sold by Katie include Hype Hoodies which she is selling for £20 when they initially retail for around £40 – while second-hand sports bras are on sale for under $10 .

Last year, Katie was accused by fans of selling “stressful” clothing via her Depop page – with angry fans leaving negative feedback.

One fan starred on a pair of shoes they bought from her via Depop to claim they were “wrecked” by the time the post arrived.

While another unimpressed fan complained: “I just received my item and it wasn’t stated in the description that it had a sizable round black mark and 3 smaller black marks on the back of the box. it …”

Despite the negative reviews, Katie still maintains an impressive five-star rating for her site – and she has more than 2,200 entries to date.

In addition to selling her old and supposedly worn-out items, Katie also brings in extra income through launching her OnlyFans page.

The site is famous for its x-rated content that fans can pay to access – with sex workers around the world using it to boost their income.

British celebrity Kerry Katona has famously claimed that she has made more than £1 million in subscriptions since she signed up and started selling photos of herself.

Katie has been experimenting with new ways to make money – including selling her photos through OnlyFans


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However, there are signs that Katie is not enjoying such a fortune as she has slashed the price of her subscription in recent weeks by 50% and the lack of comment from fans suggests she is unattractive. subscribed by many fans.

While other reports claim that people who have signed up to her OnlyFans page have been disappointed by the content.

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