Katie Price giving away photos signed by her alter-ego Jordan to people who buy her old clothes on Depop
KATIE Price fans who buy her pre-loved clothes on Depop are in for a treat.
The mum-of-five, 42, is giving away signed photos of herself from her glamour model days when she was known as Jordan.
Katie who is thought to be raking in ‘over £10k' on the shopping app is treating her fans to the signed pics as well as sweet treats packaged up with a sticker of Jordan's face.
In the signed photos, Katie/Jordan has her brunette hair pinned up in a vintage hair do and is looking over her shoulder seductively, while rocking a bright pink lip.
Calling it her "Valentines Special" anyone who buys something from Katie's Depop will get the signed picture card, treats and 30 random people will also receive a packet of fake lashes.
Katie has 13,000 followers on the shopping app and has priced her items from as little as £5 for a pair of shorts to £360 for worn Jimmy Choo heels.
To date, the former Loose Women panellist has sold 811 items and updates her account every few days with more clobber for her fans to get their hands on.
The I'm A Celebrity alum has received a glowing 4.5 star review from buyers out of a possible 5.
In 2019, Katie was declared bankrupt after failing to pay back spiralling debts.
The star was supposed to be paying off £12,000 a month to her creditors after taking out an individual voluntary arrangement (IVA) in 2018 – but failed to do so.
She was once worth an estimated £45million. But Katie faced losing her £2million 'mucky mansion' in West Sussex and having her assets taken and sold by an appointed trustee to pay her debts.
Her fate was decided during a hearing at the Insolvency and Companies Court in London in November 2019.
Katie's Depop side hustle comes as she hits back at trolls who say she's "cashing in" on disabled son Harvey with her explosive documentary.
The hour long programme aired on BBC One and is billed as "a deeply personal one-off film".
Upon announcing the documentary, Katie, 42, was trolled on Instagram and Twitter by sceptics who questioned her motives for putting the 18-year-old in front of the cameras.
"The BBC aren't a channel that pay money, it's more about education for them and not everything is about money for me.
"Not everything I do is for money, and this certainly isn't. This is about educating."
Hammering her point home, Katie added: "This is a real life journey of a parent who just happens to be 'a celebrity' – though I hate that word.
"Strip it back whether I'm a celeb or not I'm a mum, the documentary isn't about me or my job, it's about me as a mum bringing up a child, and the next step."
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