Katie Price spends thousands of dollars on shopping & obsession # & # 039; despite debt

According to reports, the former glamor model wasted online costumes and gifts.

With online shopping becoming a quick and easy way to take your favorite products directly to your door, Katie seems to be used to treating herself.

The mother of five children seems to love spending money on her and her children, and one source said: "Katie loves online shopping: clothes, shoes, things for children.

"She loves ordering things online and receiving them, despite all her debts."

"And she can not be bothered about the trouble of returning things, so they just sit there collecting dust."


The source continued to The Sun Online: "He has lost thousands of pounds asking for things he does not want when they arrive, there is a whole room full of unopened packages in his house.

"And she can not be bothered about the trouble of returning things, so they just sit there collecting dust."

Katie and Kieran have been in financial trouble since they announced their separation.

According to reports, Kieran is considering selling his wedding ring, while both were rumored for Celebrity Big Brother.


SPLURGE: Katie has splashed money from her purchases online for her children


SPLIT: Katie separated from Kieran Hayler earlier this year, the couple has two children together

While Katie has denied her return to the hit reality show, Kieran has not yet commented, which makes fans suspect she might be coming into the house.

After the separation between Katie and Kieran was confirmed, Katie revealed that she was dating Kris Boyson.

While he was sunbathing on vacation with his new gallant, he took Instagram to express his love for him and his five children.

Katie revealed weeks ago that Princess and Junior had moved in with their first husband, Peter Andre, while she arranged for her divorce.


NEW BEAU: Katie is now dating Kris Boyson

The couple still lives with their father, while Katie is supposedly classifying her finances and preventing her house from being repossessed.

Katie's team presented a proposal for an individual voluntary agreement during her court hearing, instead of filing for bankruptcy.

The 40-year-old woman plans to return the money she owes with a payment plan and her request will be heard in 12 weeks on October 30.