Katie Price speaks out on Mucky Mansion as she finally moves out

Katie said she's had 'nine years of hell' since moving into the property

Katie Price

by Nathan Katnoria |
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It was the end of an era for Katie Price this week as she moved out of her sprawling £2million country home in Horsham, West Sussex, infamously known as the Mucky Mansion, and into a new pad after years of problems.

Since purchasing the property in 2014, Katie has faced issues such as a rat infestation, break-ins, flooding and a mouldy pool. She even claimed the house was haunted and that her children would wake up screaming after seeing ghosts.

Last week, Katie opened up about the nightmare property at The Katie Price Podcast’s live show in London.

Katie Price
Katie opened up about her Mucky Mansion at a podcast live show ©Joe Maher/Getty Images

She told the audience, “I absolutely have hated my mansion. I tell you why, nine years of hell I've had there.

“Fly-tipping, it's haunted... and I am living with it. And whoever buys that house, good luck! I hate it."

After removal vans were spotted in the driveway, Katie revealed she’d be forced to leave the mansion after intruders allegedly threw acid on her pink Range Rover.

“Due to acid attack on my car at my house I've now been advised by authorities not to stay at Mucky Mansion anymore,” the former glamour model wrote on Instagram.

Katie Price's Instagram story about her Mucky Mansion
Katie had to leave her Mucky Mansion earlier this week ©Instagram/@katieprice

Katie has now moved into a four-bedroom house in Sussex, which features a huge garden, a garage and a modern kitchen.

Despite all the problems with her Mucky Mansion, Katie previously attempted to renovate the property into her dream home for a Channel 4 documentary series.

The series followed Katie as she and a team of cleaners, builders and decorators took on a full overhaul of her mansion to make it fit for her family to live in once more.

“We've only done four rooms so far, there's eleven bedrooms there, all the other rooms. They had such good reviews from it and good ratings that they want to do it again,” Katie said during an appearance on Lorraine after filming the first series in 2022.

She added, “Everyone loved it, I wanna do my bedroom!"

The show returned to our screens for a second series in 2023, which saw Katie working on a new bedroom, a cinema room and a Barbie-inspired office.

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