Katie Price launches new venture selling kisses
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Katie Price has launched a new business venture in the wake of her recent money trouble, which will see the mother-of-five sell autographed cards to fans complete with her own lipstick print.
The 44-year old, who was declared bankrupt in 2019 with debts of £3.2 million, took to her Instagram to promote the scheme that she has priced at £45 a pop. The former glamour model also gave her 2.6 million followers a behind-the-scenes look detailing how she is creates the gifts.
OnlyFans star Katie explained in a video: “So here I am, signing these because lots of people are requesting my kiss so I’ve got my lipstick on.”
“Here it goes, this is how I do it,” she continued, as she smooched one of the cards.
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Katie had been due to attend a hearing over the repayment of her historic debt at the Royal Courts of Justice last month, before it was pushed back for a fifth time – to July 7.
She previously agreed to pay £12,000 a month but her creditors claim she has not been sticking to the deal.
The reality star was meant to pay the fee to creditors of the firm through an individual voluntary arrangement.
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A considerable amount of the £3.265 million is owed for mortgages secured against her “Mucky Mansion” in West Sussex. The television regular, who is believed to have been worth £45 million at one point in her life, meanwhile.
In 2021, however, she was hit with a repossession order on her mansion over a £500,000 debt – meaning if it is sold, the proceeds must be used to clear what she owes.
Katie previously opened up about the hardships she has dealt with since declaring herself bankrupt. Speaking to GB News host Nigel Farage, she explained: “I’ve had money and then lost money and it is not everything in the world. In fact, it’s the root of all evil in my life.
“You know, I’ve had to pay this person, that person, then that person. You realise who your real friends are when you go through a tough time.”
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