Reality TV star Katie Price's new show 'Mucky Mansion' is set to air on Channel 4 this evening (January 26).

The Loose Women presenter brought the house from former Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude in 2014 for £2 million. 

Since Price's ownership of the property, it has lost an estimated £1 million in value due to disrepair.

In 2020 the upstairs floor was flooded when intruders entered the home seeing thousands of pounds worth of damage caused to her new kitchen.  


It was then later ransacked by thieves who stole a number of personal photographs from the star. 

Katie's youngest son Jett's room went up in flames and suffered major damage from the fire.

Meanwhile fly-tippers used the property's surrounding land to dump rubbish.

The land of the property also faced fly-tippers as mounds of rubbish were dumped on her property.

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The mum of four was also reportedly met with a repossession order for the property as she failed to repay a debt of over £500,000 on the home. 

A Land Registry search shows that Price owes money to Kensington Mortgage Company and solicitor Archerfield Partners LLP, at the time of writing.

You can watch Katie Price's Mucky Mansion at 9pm on Channel 4 or All 4 every Wednesday.