Terrified Katie Price calls police after ‘stalker’ threatens to break into Mucky Mansion, saying: ‘I’m coming to get you.’

KATIE Price had to call the police after a stranger who found out her home address threatened to break in.

Former glamor model Katie, 45, feared for her children’s safety after the crazy fan shared his vile threats on TikTok.

Katie Price called the police after a man threatened to break into her home on TikTok.


Katie Price called the police after a man threatened to break into her home on TikTok.Photo credit: Instagram
A man on TikTok claimed he was breaking into Katie's house to give her a book


A man on TikTok claimed he was breaking into Katie’s house to give her a bookPhoto credit: Backgrid / Tiktok

In a now-deleted clip, a man said: “I’m going to the Mucky Mansion.”

“Well, I’m going to a party near the Mucky Mansion and I’m going to break through a hole in the fence and give Katie Price a copy of my book. So Katie Price, I’m coming to get you.”

Katie, who shares Junior, 18, and Princess, 16, with her first husband Peter Andre and her youngest daughter Bunny, 9, and son Jett, 10, with her third husband Kieran Hayler, jumped into action and called the police.

A source said Katie, whose son Harvey lives in a group home, took the matter “very seriously” after she was sent the video and “immediately called the police.”

The source added to The Sun: “She is terrified and doesn’t want her children to be put in danger.”

When contacted by The Sun, Katie’s representative said: “Yes, Kate called the police after a man on TikTok said he was breaking into her property out of concern for her.”

In 2020, Katie suffered two shocking break-ins at her Mucky Mansion home.

A break-in that left her taps turned on and her house flooded broke her heart.

The ground floor ceiling collapsed due to the flood, causing thousands of pounds of damage to her kitchen.

The intruders also searched Katie’s personal boxes in the attic to see what they could find.

The mother-of-five was not at home during the break-in but believed the intruders were targeting her.

A source told The Sun at the time: “Katie is devastated. She’s afraid that whoever did this has a vendetta against her and even thinks it might be related to her standing up to bullying trolls on social media.”

Katie also told how she and two of her children were shocked and traumatized when they were attacked by car thieves in South Africa in 2018.

They were with a film crew when three thugs broke into their SUV.

Katie with her five children


Katie with her five childrenPhoto credit: Instagram

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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