Katie Price’s net worth: from wealthy glamour model to bankruptcy as she’s sentenced

Katie Price has been photographed arriving at court today (24 June), as she is set to be sentenced after pleading guilty to breaching a restraining order.

The 43 year old, who recently attended her younger sister Sophie's wedding to Harry Brooks, had been banned from contacting Michelle Penticost, the fiancée of Katie's ex-husband Kieran Hayler, directly or indirectly under the five-year restraining order, which she received back in June 2019.

Mum-of-five Katie, who shares son Jett, eight, and daughter Bunny, six, with Kieran, is currently serving a 16-week suspended sentence for drink driving after she crashed her BMW car in September 2021, and has been warned that she is "at risk" of heading to prison.

The former glamour model has found herself in court on a number of occasions over recent years, with her mounting debts seeing her declared bankrupt back in 2019.

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However, the star was once believed to worth a whopping £45 million, thanks to her modelling career, TV appearances and business ventures.

Katie found fame as a glamour model when she was just 17 years old, and after starring on The Sun's Page Three under the name Jordan she saw her career begin to take off.

She soon became known for her multiple boob enhancements and started cashing in on her newfound fame, before being snapped up by ITV bosses in 2004 for that year's I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

The reality TV show catapulted Katie to fame, and she went on to star in a number of her own TV shows, including What Katie Did Next, Signed By Katie Price and My Crazy life, and launch several businesses.

Over the years, she's launched clothing lines such as KP Equestrian, written six autobiographies and eleven novels, and has taken part in shows such as Celebrity Big Brother.

At the height of her career she was worth millions and once claimed that everything she touches "turns to gold", but over recent years she's seen her fortune disappear.

In November 2019, Katie was declared bankrupt and ordered to pay £12,000 a month to her creditors after taking out an individual voluntary arrangement, also known as an IVA.

One year later, it was revealed that the repayment plan hadn't worked as Katie continued to fail to make her monthly payments.

Her financial woes have continued to hit the headlines over the years, and earlier this year she was ordered to pay off £7,350 worth fines dating back to January 2019.

Katie reportedly owes a whopping £3.2 million to her creditors and last year she was hit with a repossession order for £1.35m for her Surrey mansion, dubbed Mucky Mansion, after she racked up over £500,000 in debts.

The mum-of-five, who also shares son Junior, 17, and daughter Princess, 14, with ex-husband Peter Andre, is now believed to be worth around £770,000, as reported by The Sun.

Currently, Katie runs her own make-up business, By Katie Price, and toiletries brand Scented By Katie Price, while also selling her shoes, accessories and clothes on Depop.

Earlier this year, she also launched her own OnlyFans account and vowed to "bare my soul" and share secrets about her life.


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