katie price is selling her stained designer heels for a total of £350 and has sold old swimsuits for as little as £7 on Depop.
The former glamor model, 42, who filed for bankruptcy in 2019, sold 154 items on Depop in the last two months, grossing £1,779.
Her Christian Louboutin heels are priced at £175 each on her Depop page and one has dark markings on the front and inside.
Extra money: Katie Price is selling her stained designer heels for a total of £350 and has sold old swimsuits for as little as £7 on Depop
Alongside the post, Katie wrote: ‘Christian Louboutin heels. Worn with markings as shown. There are no refunds/returns.’
The fashion-conscious mum-of-five had supermarket-owned brand-name clothing in her collection that she’s getting rid of.
Katie, married three times, is also looking to raise £1,815 by selling another 84-bit clobber on the second-hand sale app.
Among the clothes she has already sold is a JYY swimsuit with a red top and leopard print bottoms.
Bargain: Among the clothes she’s already sold is a JYY swimsuit with a red top and leopard-print bottom for £7
Selling: Katie is asking a total of £350 for two pairs of checked Christian Louboutin heels that have stains on the sides.
Katie listed it on Depop as ‘size small, used’ but in ‘excellent’ condition and bought it for £7.
The cheapest item of clothing she sold were pairs of used Girl in the Mirror leggings.
One in gray and one in black were just £3.
Katie, once worth £45m through her modeling, clothing, perfume and book empire, ditched a pink size 8 Topshop bodysuit for a £5 bill she described as “pre-teen”.
No returns – another pair of heels you sell have stains on the toes and inside
He also sold a burnt orange gold and silver TU sweater with pearl detailing, which is Sainsbury’s clothing.
Katie admitted, “One pearl is missing and two are loose as shown in the photos.”
But it still sold for £4. He also got £5 for a black unbranded zip-up jumper.
Among the inexpensive items Katie currently has for sale is a £5 pair of black and white shorts.
The mother of five children filed for bankruptcy in 2019. She has pledged to repay £12,000 a month to company creditors through an individual voluntary arrangement.
Cash: Katie, married three times, is also looking to raise £1,815 by selling another 84-bit clobber on the second-hand sale app
The bankruptcy meant that Katie, once worth £45m, faced losing her £2m 11-bedroom mansion.
He took out a second mortgage on the property in 2015, but faced monthly payments of £12,300.
Katie received a repossession order for the property in November of last year.
Sources told The Sun at the time that she was unable to pay more than £500,000 in debt on the property.
After years of incomplete renovations, the house was given the nickname “dirty mansion” and Katie even showed the extent of the mess on her reality series My Crazy Life.
Finances: The mother of five filed for bankruptcy in 2019. She has agreed to pay £12,000 a month to company creditors through an individual voluntary arrangement
In January, Katie received a 16-week suspended sentence and a two-year driving ban for flipping her unlocked BMW X5 into a hedge while disqualified and under the influence on a country lane near her West Sussex home on 28 January. September.
Katie received a suspended prison sentence because she met the £6,800-a-week rehab requirement.
After her court appearance, Katie released a statement saying she was “incredibly sorry” and “sincerely grateful no one was hurt.”
Drunk driving campaigners said they were “stunned” by the “unbelievable” sentence, but the judge said Price would avoid jail time because he completed a stint at The Priory celebrity rehab clinic and was not got into trouble.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain after her sentencing, the mother-of-five said she was “dealing with it”.
She said: ‘The events were really traumatic. It’s been traumatic afterwards, so I’m not ready to talk about it yet.
“But what I will say is that I went to the Priory and finally made the decision to see a therapist every week, forever, to deal with the traumatic events that led to me getting in that car.
“I’m very good at hiding things, but when I’m ready to talk about it, I will.” There are reasons why I got in that car and my state of mind, but when I’m ready, I will.
‘I feel embarrassed by all this. There are reasons I’m still dealing with now. It’s a new year but I’m still dealing with it, people shouldn’t judge people, there are always reasons for things.
Home: Bankruptcy meant Katie, once worth £45m, faced losing her £2m 11-bedroom ‘Mucky Mansion’