Katie Price settles into Kris Boyson’s house as full extent of debt is revealed

Katie Price appeared to be making herself settled at boyfriend Kris Boyson’s house as she was spotted hauling packed bags to his front door.

The ex glamour model flexed her muscles as she was papped lugging two heavy duty bags out of her car boot and into her toyboy’s Kent pad for her stay.

40-year-old Katie emerged from her hot pink Range Rover dressed in a thigh-skimming shirt dress and sporting some on-trend sliders on her feet.

While Katie took charge of the luggage, doting Kris came out to help her kids Jett and Bunny who were waiting in the back seat.

Katie’s own pad, a nine bedroom Sussex mansion, is rumoured to be in a state of disrepair.

Recent pictures have shown the pool dirty and abandoned while the tennis courts are overgrown and unused.

But despite the property now estimated to be worth £500k less than she paid for it, Katie has been given something to celebrate after being back behind the wheel after her six month driving ban expired last week.

Though while Katie’s beloved Range Rover is on the road again, last week she put her horse box up for sale on auction site Ebay in a bid to raise funds.

Despite once being worth a reported £45million, Katie’s finances have taken a downward turn and the shock findings were reported yesterday.

The reality star was revealed to owe nearly half a million pounds to the tax office and creditors and has been given three months to come up with a plan to repay her debt.

As she fights to sort out her money troubles, it’s been suggested Katie could be investigated further by the HMRC if she is deemed a ‘serial offender’ for closing companies who owe large amounts of tax, reports The Sun .

According to the latest statement on Companies House, Katie’s company Jordan Trading owed £192,376.85 to HMRC, as well as trade debts of £25,745.54.

In total, five creditors have filed total claims of £266,569.08.

The liquidator’s report listed her Loose Women contract as one of the company’s only assets, with an income of £10,000 between February 2017 and February 2018.

However, fans of the ITV daytime show will notice Katie hasn’t been making as many appearances this year, with the model claiming she was taking a step back to focus on her own reality show Katie Price: My Crazy Life and her family.

Katie’s only other active business is KDC Trading, which manages her clothing and footwear brand, with its last accounts from October 2017 reporting it owed £52,868 and suffered a £21,986 loss.

Katie’s previous company Marvellous Creative Group was dissolved in February this year following liquidation and owed £8,785 in corporation tax and VAT. So far, it has paid back £398.16 and £1,552.

Another company Pricey Media was dissolved the same month, owing £368,338 in corporation tax, which it has since paid back along with other liabilities.

Earlier this month, Katie blamed her estranged husband Kieran Hayler for bailiffs visiting her home demanding £3,000 over an unpaid electrician bill.

She ranted on Instagram: "Pricey pays for him again! A lovely friend of Kieran’s sending bailiffs to my house for work he had done for Kieran… Watch this space."

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