CASH-strapped Katie Price has been ridiculed for selling real-fur Gucci trainers for £170 – despite claiming to love animals.
The former glamour model, who was declared bankrupt in 2019, has sold 154 items on Depop over the last two months, raking in £1,779.
But Katie has shown no signs of slowing down after recently listing a pair of mucky designer trainers.
The footwear – visibly caked in dirt – is adorned with real lambs fur, which will, undoubtedly, put off would-be buyers.
A reader vented to us earlier today: “This is disgusting – selling fur-trimmed trainers.
“Katie says she loves animals, but she’s making money from real fur.”
Just last year, over 14,000 people signed a petition calling for Katie to be banned from owning pets for life.
The online request has doubled in signatures since the 43-year-old gave away her daughter Princess’ puppy.
We revealed how Katie gave the pooch, called Precious, to a member of the crew working on her latest TV show.
Precious was a gift for Princess following the death of her beloved dog Rolo, who was found by Harvey’s carer after getting stuck under an armchair.
Shortly after the death of the French bulldog, the petition was launched by a concerned animal lover.
DESPERATE FOR CASH
As well as selling her designer footwear, Katie is also selling an array of designer outfits from her wardrobe in order to clear her mountain of debts.
The fashion-conscious mum-of-five also had some supermarket owned brand clothing in her collection which she is getting rid of.
The mother-of-five was declared bankrupt in 2019 and vowed to pay back £12,000 a month to creditors of the firm through an individual voluntary arrangement.
The bankruptcy meant Katie, once worth a reported £45million, has resorted to selling the clothes off her own back.
We also reported yesterday how Katie was asking for a total of £350 for two pairs of scuffed and stained Christian Louboutin heels.
One fabric pair of size 4.5 shoes has a brown staining on the toes and inside.
Another pair of scuffed pink peep-holes has the same warning to would-be buyers.
But so far, there have been no takers for the killer heels, currently listed at £175 a pop.
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