Bankrupt Katie Price flogging dirty old bras and unwashed underwear and will sign them for fans for cash | The Sun

KATIE Price is selling off her old bras and knickers for cash.

The 44-year-old, who is bankrupt, revealed she isn’t washing her undies to keep it authentic for her fans.

Speaking on an Instagram live, mum-of-five Katie shared: “I'm putting all my old underwear and bras in frames, and signing them, because they're just hanging about, and they don't fit me the amount of boob jobs I’ve had.”

When her pal asked if they had been cleaned, the star – who is well loved for her glamour modelling career – replied: “Well they might want them authenticated.”

Last month Katie dodged a court hearing for a fifth time to answer questions on her bankruptcy woes, and it has once again be rescheduled until July.

Glamour model Katie – who has been on two holidays in the last few weeks – will be asked to lay bare just how much cash she makes from stripping off online and selling her old clothes when she finally faces the music over her monster £3.2million debts.

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She has avoided being grilled in person since November 2021. This month's planned hearing had been moved from February.

Katie had been expected to appear in person at the bankruptcy court in London and was to be asked to explain how she plans to pay off her creditors.

And she would have been requested to reveal details of her income – including her Depop page.

Much of the cash is owed to lenders for mortgages secured against her so-called Mucky Mansion in Sussex.

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Katie, who has jetted off on 14 luxury holidays in the last year, had agreed to a payment plan with creditors.

But it has been claimed by liquidators chasing cash through her numerous failed firms that she has not been sticking to the deal she struck.

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