Katie Price says 'I can't wait to leave' Mucky Mansion as vandals throw acid over Range Rover

Katie Price outside her Mucky Mansion
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Katie Price has revealed that vandals have damaged her car by dousing it with acid while it was parked outside her residence. The 46-year-old ex-glamour model shared the distressing news on Instagram this Sunday, May 26, posting a video that displayed extensive damage to the paintwork of her iconic bright pink Range Rover, alleging that thugs trespassed onto her West Sussex property overnight to vandalise her vehicle.

In the footage she uploaded to social media, Katie can be heard expressing her dismay: "It's nice to know someone in the night has come to throw acid all over my car, everywhere, all on my car. Thank you whoever that was." She added a caption to the video stating: "Scumbags outside my house on my private property. I can't wait to get out of this house in a few months."

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Bankrupt for the second time as of March due to an outstanding tax bill, Katie is set to vacate her notorious "Mucky Mansion" in West Sussex soon after receiving an eviction notice. She has openly expressed her eagerness to leave behind the property and its negative associations.

Speaking to Mail Online, Katie commented: "I absolutely hate the Mucky Mansion, even how it's been called the Mucky Mansion because of all the stuff that happened there before."

"I can't wait to get out of that house I've had nothing but bad memories in that house for nine years. I hate the Mucky Mansion, I never want to see it again and I can't wait to move into my new place, I am so excited. New beginnings, new start, reset button, I love it."

A breathless Katie said, "But don't worry, I'll be featuring my new house on my YouTube channel when I get the keys and welcoming you to my new house, I can't wait, I just want to get rid of all the bad stuff in the past and have a fresh start." She picked up the mansion from Conservative Party politician Francis Maude back in 2014 for an alleged £1.35 million.