Katie Price reveals another mucky mansion crisis after ceiling falls down and covers bathroom in rubble and dirt

KATIE Price has revealed another crisis in her mucky mansion as the bathroom ceiling has fallen down causing yet more chaos.

Katie, 42, shared footage of the toilet covered in rubble and dirt as the reality star's list of repairs continues to grow.

The mum-of-five is moving back into her old home after staying at boyfriend Carl Woods' Essex house.

She gave the latest update via her YouTube channel and on a tour of the £2million property, she stopped in front of a toilet door.

Katie explained: "Well a few weeks ago there was another leak – a burst pipe – this time causing damage like this…"

The former glamour model pointed at the bathroom ceiling which was caved in, with the plaster and debris scattered on the floor.

She went on: "So as much as people say 'why don't you want to be here, why don't you move in?' – I can't be in a house that's like this.

"How can I live here like this? But now I have decided to, I have to do it up, it's my family home – I need my family home back."

Katie recently made the difficult decision to keep her "mucky mansion" and completely renovate it – despite it holding such bad memories for her and her five children.

The property fell into disrepair after Katie struggled with her mental health and checked herself into The Priory in 2019.

Now the plan is to renovate the mansion before selling it on and the couple are instead househunting for a nine bedroom mansion – with a budget of £1million – to accommodate all the family.

Opening up about her move in her latest YouTube video, Katie admitted it was easier being back there with Carl.

She said: “Mentally I can come in here at the minute, before I was like ‘get me out, get me out’ but this is the longest I have lasted.”

The now infamous "mucky mansion" recently suffered a collapsed ceiling downstairs and a flooded kitchen.

Last year firefighters tackled a blaze at the mansion with neighbours convinced the property was burning down.

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