Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion show in chaos as ‘filthy’ house is too dirty to film in | The Sun

KATIE Price's Mucky Mansion TV show has been thrown into chaos as the "filthy" house is too dirty to film in.

It was confirmed in May that Katie, 44, had landed a second series of My Mucky Mansion after the first saw her attempt to renovate her £.3m Sussex home.

Filming for the new series has already started but The Sun can reveal things have grinded to a halt because the production company were forced to call in professional de-clutterers.

An insider said: "There are piles of old clothes and free gifts Katie has been sent, and bags of litter and old hangers.

"It's very dirty in the parts of the house that haven't been made over yet, and it's damp and mouldy – the warm weather recently hasn't helped.

"They had to call in a specialist company to shift a lot of the stuff out so it's safe for the crew to go in."

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The source added: "I think it's filled up with rubbish again since the last show was filmed."

When C4’s crew moved in previously, Katie made over daughter Princess’s and son Jett’s bedrooms, and her mum Amy – who is suffering from an incurable lung condition – designed a special ‘garden room’ for her daughter to remember her by. 

Katie also paid tribute to her fiance Carl Woods with a huge neon sign in the hallway spelling out ‘PriceyWoods’. 

Speaking on ITV’s Lorraine, Katie revealed plans for series two and said: “We've only done four rooms so far, there's eleven bedrooms there, all the other rooms. Everyone loved it, I wanna do my bedroom!"

Meanwhile it was recently revealed that bankrupt Katie is attempting to flog dirty shoes on second-hand clothing store Depop.

The former glamour model posted a series of snaps of a pair of white Balenciaga sliders, which she had listed for second-hand sale starting price of £250.

"Balenciaga white sliders, worn with a few marks as shown," she explained in the description of the post. "No refunds or returns."

The listing photos of the shoes showed significant dirt build up on the soles of the white shoes, as well as within the rubber soles.

Close-ups showed off the dark dirt mark on the "worn" shoes, which looked to have been left mucky with plenty of wear.

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