Former glamor model Katie Price finds out that she seems to be rudely awakening on a new TV show, and that the value of her home is lower than she paid.
This star’s so-called “McKee Mansion” property in West Sussex is lining up for a radical makeover for the Channel 4 Series, which begins later this month.
But as part of the shoot, she discovered that the former luxury home is now worth it. Report the mirror..
The 43-year-old Manor House paid £ 2m in 2014, but has recently been targeted by thieves and damaged by fires and floods.
According to the report, the show is currently worth less than £ 1m and is giving the star a “real shock”.
At the show, the model knuckles down and brings her home back to its former glory.
Katie bought a wonderful property of the time from former Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude.
However, over the years there have been a series of problems that have devastated the building.
When a firefighter was summoned in September 2020 and it came to light, many other problems occurred, including robbery, illegal dumping, and flooding.
On a YouTube channel last year, Katie also explained how FlyTipper dumped trash on the premises of a family home.
“This is my home where I don’t currently live because of all the illegal dumping,” Star told her fans in the footage.
“Everything was stolen, robbed twice in a row, the ceiling collapsed and left tapped.”
She added the distressed star: “I hate it, I just hate it. It looks looted.
“I can’t live in a place like this. This is something someone deliberately made my house. It’s so disappointing that it’s like this.”
Earlier this week, she confirmed the start date of her new show on Facebook: “It’s Official! #MuckyMansion Series 1 will air on Channel 4 In just 2 weeks!
“Save the date and see my ingenious work. January 26th, 9pm!”
“My house used to be called a McKee Mansion, but now it’s not,” she said of her home.
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Katie Price's Home Price Fear As Model Houses Lose £ 1 Million
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