Katie Price treats herself to a pamper session and takeaway after £3 million debt revealed

KATIE Price has continued to make the most of lockdown easing today as she headed to the nail salon and got a takeaway.

The 42-year-old enjoyed a bit of me time as she chowed down on a KFC and then got her nails painted.

She shared a series of clips with fans – showing them what she was up to now that salons have reopened.

Earlier this week she treated herself to a sunbed twice in two days alongside boyfriend Carl Woods.

Her fun fews days come after it was revealed she owes a staggering £3.2 million to creditors after going bankrupt. 

Katie went bust two years ago with debts of around £2.1 million and the courts have since declined to discharge her due to a failure to attend meetings and address paying back the losses.

Now accountants dismantling Jordan Trading Ltd – which took in cash from her perfume and cosmetics empire – have laid bare the true extent of her debts.

They say a £154,423 loan taken from the firm’s coffers allegedly by Katie is unlikely to be paid back help clear claims by creditors to Jordan Trading totalling £267,769.

A liquidator for London firm Moorfields said £3,127 had been paid and they said in a report filed to Companies House this week: “I have been in correspondence with the Director’s Trustee in Bankruptcy to establish whether there maybe any future dividends pad to the Director’s creditors.

“The Director has failed on multiple occasions to attend on the Trustee and the Director has subsequently had their discharge suspended due to non-cooperation.

“We have been advised that creditors in the bankruptcy estate now total approximately £3.265milion.


“As such, the company’s claim in the bankruptcy amounts to approximately 4.73% of the total creditors.

“Given that any realisation from the Director’s estate will likely be watered down with protracted legal issues the Trustee is facing dealing with the Director’s non-compliance, it is likely the overdrawn director’s loan account may no longer be economically viable to pursue.”

And they have revealed that they’ve submitted a report to the Government’s Department for Business and Energy and Industrial Strategy on her conduct as a director.

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