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Katie Price swerves bankruptcy court AGAIN as case is moved to 2023


KATIE Price has once again swerved going to court over her monster £3.2m bankruptcy debts.

The Sun can reveal that the 43-year-old dodged a court date for a THIRD time earlier this month when she was to be quizzed about the money she owes – and won’t face the music now until next YEAR.


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It has been claimed by liquidators handling the collapse of her empire that she had not been “engaging fully” in paying creditors.

The hearing at London’s Royal Courts of Justice was due to take place at on 7 June.

But now we can disclose that it has been relisted for 9 February 2023 – giving her a long reprieve.

A source said: “The delay will give the courts the chance to see how fully she is now working with the people she owes money to and provide a clearer picture of where she stands in repaying her debts.”

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Much of the cash is owed to lenders for mortgages secured against her so-called Mucky Mansion.

The hearing had already been pushed back from February when Katie agreed to a new payment plan with creditors – as well as paying off a small amount of cash owed.

And that hearing had initially been delayed from November 2021.

Her bankruptcy trustees want to find out details of how much she has been paid for her TV work, including her Channel 4 show where she attempted to renovate her £2m country mansion.

Lawyers also reviewed her attempts to pay debts accrued by her now-defunct cosmetics company Jordan Trading Ltd.

Ex-glamour model Price, once worth £45m, was declared bankrupt in 2019.

She planned to pay £12,000 a month to creditors through an individual voluntary arrangement.

However, it’s alleged she’s failed to keep to the agreement.

Last year, the star was hit with a repossession order on her Mucky Mansion in Sussex after failing to pay a £500,000 debt.

She faces losing the house if she does not stump up the cash

But despite making an offer to buy another home in Surrey for £1.5m, she owes a total of £3.2m and has several notices on the deeds of her property lodged at the Land Registry.

That means the house cannot be sold without the proceeds being used to clear the outstanding debts.

Mum-of-five Katie saw her once-lucrative media empire fall apart after the end of her third marriage to Kieran Hayler and the collapse of her businesses.

The model is desperately trying to raise money to pay off her bills.

She has launched an OnlyFans account in a bid to make £1m this year, although has been forced to regularly slash the £11-a-month membership costs in a bid to recruit subscribers.

And she flogs her old clothes on the selling site Depop.

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