Katie Price's mucky mansion is covered in debris and rubbish as renovation works including new gym and beauty studio continue

KATIE Price's mansion is covered in debris and piles of rubbish as construction work continues on a new home gym and beauty studio.

The 41-year-old has been battling crippling financial issues while maintaining the once glamorous family home.

The cash-strapped star, 41, is building a gym, beauty studio and horse exercise arena in the grounds of her massive Sussex home.

But recent pictures show

A source said: “Katie’s planning this huge showbiz comeback and thinks she’ll be a millionaire by the end of the year, so spending money on the house is actually an investment.

"She’s building a beauty studio where she can film YouTube videos as part of her new vlogging career, and a small gym that Kris can work out of – something she always promised Kieran but didn’t do."

The source added: "She’s also building an exercise arena for her horses, too.

"She thinks she can return the house to its former glory at the same time her career takes back off. Then she can show it off on the reality show too.”

Liquidators have been brought in to break up Jordan Trading Ltd – which handled cash from a range of products including clothing and perfume lines – with Katie owing a total of £2.1 million.

Jordan Trading was set up in 2003 and at the height of her earning power ten years ago.

A liquidator’s report into Jordan Trading shows that Katie took out a £154,000 loan from the firm before it went belly-up which she cannot repay and she also owes the tax man £192,000.


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Builders moved into Katie’s house last month despite her being broke – and she drafted in a team to get the house painted and looking good as new.

She's also had a clear out and piles of white goods have been left stacked outside the property after being replaced throughout the house.

The house in Horsham, West Sussex, costs Katie around £10,000 a month to maintain.

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