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 was declared bankrupt in 2019 – has sold 154 items on Depop in the past two months, raking in £1,779.
Her Christian Louboutin heels are priced at £175 each on her Depop page with one having dark markings on the front and inside.
Extra money: Katie Price sells her stained designer heels for a total of £350 and has sold old swimsuits for as little as £7 on Depop
Along with the post, Katie wrote: “Christian Louboutin heels. Worn with markings as shown. No refunds/returns.’
The fashion-conscious mum-of-five had supermarket-owned designer clothes in her collection that she is getting rid of.
The thrice-married Katie is also looking to raise £1,815 by selling another 84 pieces of clobber on the secondhand sales app.
Among the clothes she has already sold is a JYY swimsuit with a red top and leopard print.
Bargain: Among the clothes she has already sold is a JYY swimsuit with a red top and leopard print for £7
Sale: Katie is asking a total of £350 for two pairs of branded Christian Louboutin heels which have spots on the sides
Katie listed it on Depop as ‘size small, worn’ but in ‘excellent’ condition and it was bought for £7.
The cheapest clothes she whipped up were pairs of Girl in the Mirror leggings.
One in gray and another in black was just £3.
Katie – once worth £45million thanks to her empire of models, clothes, perfume and books – unloaded a size 8 Topshop pink bodysuit for a five which she described as ‘pre-loved’.
No returns: Another pair of heels she sells has stains on the toes and inside
She also sold a gold and silver TU burnt orange jumper with Pearl detailing – which is Sainsbury’s clothing.
Katie admitted: “One pearl missing and two loose as seen in the photos.”
But it still sold for £4. She also received £5 for an unbranded black cropped jumper.
Among the budget items Katie currently has on sale is a £5 pair of black and white shorts.
The mother-of-five was declared bankrupt in 2019. She has pledged to repay £12,000 a month to business creditors under an individual voluntary agreement.
Cash: Three-times-married Katie is also looking to raise £1,815 by selling another 84 pieces of clobber on the second-hand sales app
Bankruptcy meant Katie, who was once worth £45million, stood to lose her £2million 11-bedroom mansion.
She took out a second mortgage on the property in 2015 but faced monthly payments of £12,300.
Katie was hit with a repossession order on the property in November last year.
Sources told The Sun at the time that she had failed to repay a debt of over £500,000 on the property.
After years of incomplete renovations, the house has been dubbed the ‘mucky mansion’ and Katie has even shown the extent of the mess in her reality series My Crazy Life.
Finances: The mother-of-five was declared bankrupt in 2019. She has pledged to repay £12,000 a month to business creditors through an individual voluntary agreement
In January, Katie was given a 16-week suspended sentence and a two-year driving ban for overturning her uninsured BMW X5 in a hedge while disqualified and under the influence on a road in campaign near her home in West Sussex on September 28.
Katie was given a suspended prison sentence for complying with an obligation to attend the £6,800-a-week rehab centre.
After her court appearance, Katie released a statement saying she was ‘incredibly sorry’ and ‘sincerely grateful that no one was harmed’.
Drunk driving campaigners said they were ‘stunned’ by the ‘incredible’ sentencing, but the judge said Price would avoid going to jail because she had a stay at the clinic celebrity drug rehab The Priory and that she had stayed out of trouble.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain after her sentencing, the mother-of-five said she was “dealing with it”.
She said: “The events have been really traumatic. It was 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 me to get 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 mental state, but when I’m ready, I will.
“I’m ashamed of it all. 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, risked losing her £2m ‘Mucky Mansion’ with 11 bedrooms