Katie Price appears to be creating herself a second “Mucky Mansion”.
The former glamour model’s £2 million home in Sussex was given the nickname after she let it fall into disarray, with piles of rubbish lying around inside and out, the grounds becoming dilapidated, and her pets reportedly making a mess wherever they felt like it.
The 42-year-old moved out last year, taking up residence in a £4,250-a-month rented home in Surrey while renovations were being done at her house.
And aerial pictures of the six-bedroom house she’s temporarily calling home appear to show it’s going in the same direction.
A skip in the garden has so much piled into it that bin bags and loose bits of junk lie discarded around it.
It’s reported that the piles of mess around the mansion have left the property overrun with rats.
While it’s said that mum-of-five Katie is only renting the property for another month, it’s not yet known whether or not she’ll be sticking around.
But either way, it looks like she’s made her mark on the place, with the garage stuffed full of old furniture and electronic goods.
Meanwhile, it’s said that her place in Sussex has fallen into even more disrepair with the swimming pool filled with filthy sewage and rubbish strewn across the garden.
Building materials, rubbish and mounds of soil are also reportedly lying all around the property.
The Mirror has contacted Katie’s representatives for comment.
The Mirror previously reported how the piles of rubbish left rotting in Katie’s garden were upsetting her new neighbours.
People living near Katie in the sleepy Surrey village were also unhappy about her dog Blade being left in the garden to bark non stop at all hours.
One neighbour who tried to ask Katie politely to bring her dog inside was met with a rather rude response.
A source exclusively told the Mirror: “Katie had a letter posted through her door about her dog Blade being left outside.
“There have been so many complaints about the noise, the dog just barks all day long and is just left there outside. It’s run out into the road a few times as well and just runs around barking.
“A neighbour wrote her a letter asking her to please bring the dog inside and pointing out that she’d been asked to do it on numerous occasions.
“But Katie drew a middle finger on the letter and posted it back to the neighbour. She clearly thinks it’s funny and isn’t taking it seriously.”
They added: “Neighbours are mainly upset about the dog, but they’re also unhappy about the rubbish that’s constantly piled up in her garden.
“Everyone knew as soon as they heard she was going to be moving in that there’d be trouble. They knew about the noise and the press attention that would come with it, but the piles of rubbish outside her house are driving everyone crazy.
“She just doesn’t care, she has absolutely no respect for other people.”
Alsatian Blade, who Katie uses as a guard dog, also once bit a delivery driver who was dropping off a parcel at her home.
The dog nipped the man’s hand after Katie opened the wooden gates of her home.
And as she received her package after the incident, an unaware Katie said: “Don’t worry, he won’t bite.”
The unnamed driver told us: “I was shocked really. It didn’t draw blood but you don’t expect it to happen.
“Katie opened the gates without coming out. They’re electric I think.
“I went to walk on to the driveway but before I could, the dog just bit my hand.
“She didn’t realise he’d done it and then she told me he doesn’t bite. I couldn’t believe it.
“I have heard from some neighbours that he’s been causing trouble with his barking.
“They say he’s really loud and persistent. I’ve heard it before – it must be really annoying to live nearby.”
A representative for Katie told us at the time: “Blade is personal protection guard dog, trained to bark on intrusion or imminent danger.
“This has been brought to Katie’s attention and is being dealt with.”
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