Katie Price’s ‘mucky mansion’ has build up of sewage water as star vows not to return
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Katie Price is now facing a build up of rancid sewage water on site at her £2million 'mucky mansion' in West Sussex.
The 42-year-old television star has been trying to renovate the property since she bought it in 2014, however the sprawling home is still a work in progress.
New pictures of her property appear to reveal sewage water building up on the side of her property.
It comes over a year after the sceptic tank first began leaking, according to the MailOnline.
The images also appear to feature trash and broken appliances scattered along the ground around her home.
The property is in a state of disarray
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There's also lots of overgrown foliage and it appears that work on the property has ground to a complete halt.
The mum of five's tennis courts have also been transformed into a work site and there are piles of wood that are being left unused.
The property's outdoor pool has also been neglected and appears to be filling with stale water.
There is build up of stale water in her swimming pool
Puddles of water are gathering around her property
Katie's home has been rocked by a string of burglaries and botched building projects, and her medics have urged the star not to return to the home.
Speaking to the Mirror Online in October, Katie had vowed never to return to her decrepit mansion.
"The doctors from The Priory have said that my house, mentally, is a place I can't ever go back to because there's too many memories," she said.
Katie has vowed not to return to her mucky mansion
Katie is currently renting another home in Surrey
"It's sad because it could be such an amazing place, but no I'm done with it.
Instead of living at her West Sussex home, Katie is currently renting a six-bedroom property in Surrey with her kids and boyfriend Carl Woods.
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