Katie Price says her home has been 'destroyed' two days in a row as she brings in guard dogs

Katie Price says her home has been 'destroyed' two days in a row as she brings in guard dogs

July 9, 2020

KATIE Price has said her home has been "destroyed" by intruders for two days running.

The 42-year-old reality star told fans she was beefing up security at her houses – with a new protection dog being drafted in alongside Blade, her existing German Shepherd.

The Sun Online revealed yesterday that Katie had been warned not to go out alone by the police, who fear that a recent break-in was an "inside job"

Katie was left devastated when her £1,3 million West Sussex home was ransacked and destroyed by intruders while she was out.

And in a post on Instagram last night, she revealed it had been hit for a second time, sharing a picture of her dog.

She wrote: "Blade my Protection dog is going to get a new buddy from @protectiondogworldwide as now have to step up my protection at my properties after my house has been destroyed by intruders two days on the trot."



Fans were overwhelmingly sympathetic, with one replying: "You poor woman, what on Earth is wrong with people.

"I hope the new pup helps to put your mind at rest. Stay safe and keep smiling xx."

Trespassers caused the ground floor ceiling to collapse on Sunday after they completely flooded the upstairs by turning on taps and leaving them running.

It caused thousands of pounds of damage to Katie's newly done-up kitchen, with the perpetrators also rummaging through the former glamour model's personal boxes in her loft.

An insider previously told The Sun that Katie fears it might have been a targeted attack by someone with a grudge against her.

They said: "Katie is devastated. She is fearful that whoever has done this has a vendetta against her and even thinks it could be linked to her standing up against social media bullying trolls.

"This crime was committed to cause as much impact and personal upset as possible to Katie."

Last week Katie gave evidence to MPs holding a Parliamentary inquiry into online abuse.

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