Katie Price's fiancé turns her £2m 'mucky mansion' into car lot

Katie Price's fiancé turns her £2m 'mucky mansion' into car lot

December 19, 2021

All the cars she CAN’T drive! Katie Price’s fiancé turns her £2m ‘mucky mansion’ into a second-hand car lot with Range Rover, Mercedes, Beetle and Jag parked out front… despite her road ban over latest driving conviction

  • Katie Price’s mansion in Horsham, West Sussex, has a spate of cars in its drive
  • It comes despite the star’s driving ban after flipping her BMP in September
  • It is believed salesman boyfriend Carl Woods, 32, is using the site to store cars

Former glamour model Katie Price’s mansion in West Sussex has been transformed into a second-hand car lot.

Despite Price’s own driving ban after overturning her car in September, a number of cars including a Mercedes, Range Rover, Beetle and Jaguar are parked on her drive.

It has been suggested that Price’s boyfriend, car salesman Carl Woods, 32, is using the site to store vehicles, The Sun reports.

A spate of cars including a Mercedes, Range Rover, Beetle and Jaguar are parkedoutside Katie Price’s mansion in West Sussex

Price with Mr Woods leaving Crawley Magistrates’ Court in West Sussex on Wednesday afternoon after her sentencing

Katie Price’s partner Carl Woods previously ran his secondhand car lot from his dad’s home in Essex – but now he’s has his business address listed as Horsham on Auto Trader

Freedom: Katie Price’s family headed out for a country walk in West Sussex yesterday and were pictured collecting holly to make a festive arrangement

Price released a statement via her Instagram page in which she apologised for causing the traffic accident and said she was ‘sincerely grateful nobody was hurt’

Price, 43, was handed a 16-week suspended sentence and two-year driving ban on Wednesday for flipping her uninsured BMW X5 into a hedge while disqualified and under the influence on a country lane near her home on September 28.

Handing down the sentence, a Crawley Magistrates’ Court judge slammed Price for her ninth motoring offence, telling her: ‘You deserve to spend Christmas behind bars.’

Drink-driving campaigners said they were ‘gobsmacked’ by the ‘unbelievable’ sentence, but the judge said Price would avoid going to jail because she completed a stint at celebrity rehab clinic The Priory and stayed out of trouble.   

Hey boyfriend Mr Woods previously ran his second-hand car business outside of his dad’s home in Essex but is understood to have relocated it to Price’s luxurious home, which is currently under threat from her bankruptcy proceedings. 

A friend said: ‘Her pad looks like a garage forecourt. It’s ironic given she’s not allowed behind a wheel.’

The £2million home suffered a collapsed ceiling and flooded kitchen earlier this year.

Pictured: With the prospect she would not be spending Christmas behind bars, Katie Price, 43, enjoyed some quality time with her son Jett, eight, Bunny, seven, and her terminally-ill mum Amy, 69, on Saturday

Model Katie Price pictured with her boyfriend Carl Woods, 32, in May

Katie Price pictured with her children, with whom she shared an emotional reunion on Wednesday night hours after being handed a suspended prison sentence for drink driving

Following her court appearance, Price released a statement saying she is ‘incredibly sorry’ and ‘sincerely grateful nobody was hurt’.

In a statement on her Instagram page, she issued a grovelling apology and said she ‘realised the damage my actions could have caused’.

She added: ‘I would like to thank my family – my children, my mum, dad, sister, brother, my partner Carl, Leigh, and my friends who have supported me throughout these past few months

‘It’s been a really difficult time and I’m incredibly sorry for my actions – I’m sincerely grateful nobody was hurt – I realise the damage my actions could have caused not only to another family, but to my own as well.

‘I’m now spending time getting better – mental health is a hidden illness and can strike at any time.

‘The triggers that cause my anxiety and behaviour are something I’m trying to understand, come to terms with, and learn to control moving forward.’


Katie Price’s long history of driving offences that has seen her banned from the road SIX times 

2003: Price escaped a speeding charge after police failed to arrest her within 12 weeks of allegedly clocking 70mph in a 40mph zone in her Range Rover.

2008: After talking on the mobile phone while driving on April 18, Price landed three penalty points.

2009: Price failed to provide the identity of the driver after her car was allegedly caught speeding in a 30mph zone and was later handed four penalty points after being clocked at 99mph and was handed four points on her licence.

2010: Price was convicted for failing to be in proper control of her horsebox after veering into another lane in February and was given three points on her licence, bringing her total to 10. Then in December she was banned from driving for six months after doing 83mph in a 70mph zone in her home county of West Sussex.

2012: Two years later, Katie was disqualified for 12 months for failing to respond to two speeding tickets in September.

2018: Price landed a six-month ban in February 2018 for speeding after totting up 12 penalty points for speeding. In July, photos emerged of her driving while still banned. Then in October she was arrested on suspicion of drink driving and spent 13 hours in custody after crashing into a VW Golf and a hedge on a gated estate at 2am.

2019: She was given a three-month ban for driving while disqualified in January of that year. And then in October, Price was banned from driving for a further 18 months for failing to inform police who was behind the wheel of her pink Range Rover during a crash in Bexley, South East London.

2021 : Price crashes her BMW car on a country road near her West Sussex home in the early hours of the morning in September after drinking and taking drugs. She pleaded guilty at Crawley Magistrates of drink driving, driving while disqualified and driving without insurance.

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