Katie Price slapped with Mucky Mansion eviction notice and forced to leave within days

Katie Price has been served an eviction notice at her Mucky Mansion -Credit:Channel 4
Katie Price has been served an eviction notice at her Mucky Mansion -Credit:Channel 4

Katie Price has reportedly been slapped with an eviction notice at her 'Mucky Mansion' home and will be forced to leave in the coming days.

The embattled star has just two weeks to pack up and vacate the property after Horsham County Court issued an eviction notice dated April 24th, 2024.

The notice, addressed to Katie and "any other occupiers", instructs her "to arrange to leave the property with [her] belongings before this time and date" reports the Mirror.

The letter states: "The court has issued a warrant or writ for the possession of the above property (land) at the request of the claimant. A warrant gives a county court bailiff the authority to evict you and hand over possession to the claimant.

A writ gives a High Court Enforcement Officer the authority to evict you and hand over possession to the claimant.

In this notice, the term 'Authorised Person' refers to either the Bailiff or the High Court Enforcement Officer."

Earlier this month, Katie was seemingly at "real risk" of losing her £2million West Sussex home, dubbed the 'Mucky Mansion', amid her growing money woes.

Earlier this year, Katie faced bankruptcy for the second time due to an outstanding tax bill of more than £750,000 owed to HMRC.

Katie bought the property back in 2014, paying a hefty sum of £1.3million. The home, which has fallen into disrepair, features in her Channel 4 renovation series.

In March, Katie defiantly told her followers that 'no one can take her Mucky Mansion', regardless of her financial difficulties.

She said: "You've followed my life, my journey, I say it as it is. Yes, I'm in a bankruptcy. But guess what? I own my house. No one could take it off me as well."

The same month, the High Court ruled that the 45-year-old must surrender half of her monthly earnings to settle her debts.

The court declared an income payment order, meaning a portion of Katie's income would be used to pay her creditors.

Joshua Harris, a Bankruptcy Trustee at Harris and Partners argued: "Price faces the risk of losing her £2million property, which highlights the severe realities of bankruptcy."

He further warned: "In situations of substantial debt, asset repossession is a real threat, used by creditors to recover what they are owed. Not settling financial duties can lead to severe outcomes, including the loss of valuable assets and further financial hardship."

Last October, the mother-of-five confessed she was "fed up" with being threatened with legal action. She opened up about her bankruptcy and mentioned that she had been to court "more times than I've had hot dinners" and would "genuinely" not mind if she ended up behind bars.

Since then, Katie has been making money through her OnlyFans account and selling personalised messages to her fans.

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