KATIE Price’s Mucky Mansion is so-well known it even spawned its own primetime TV show.
But what some viewers may not remember is her original messy pad, which also got the telly treatment.
Having not yet hit the money-spinning big time that turned her into a multi-millionaire, Katie was living in a bungalow with her friend Sally.
But – perhaps in a sign of things to come – it wasn’t exactly spotless, with wrappers and cans shown on the carpets.
Just like the mucky mansion in West Sussex – which was subjected to vandal attacks – she suffered a break-in at the bungalow.
Footage shown in BBC Three’s Katie Price: The Jordan Years showed Katie returning home from a shot to find they’d been robbed.
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And what’s more, it looked like it was personal with “S**g Jordan”, the star’s stage name back then, written on a mirror in toothpaste.
She said: “My car’s gone! They’ve nicked my f***ing car! Sorry, I didn’t mean to swear.
“That’s why my car’s gone, because they’ve nicked my keys. It’s got all my private stuff in that car.”
A voiceover in the documentary, which came to prominence again this week, said: “It was so unglamorous, hardly a lifestyle of the rich and famous.
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“She wanted to be famous and successful in her own right and that determination to be in the public eye had its drawbacks.”
It went on: “Like the time she got back from a photo shoot to find the bungalow had been burgled.
“It was as if the intruder had targeted the Jordan they’d been reading about in the papers.”
Katie’s Sussex mucky mansion, a bed-bedroom countryside pile, had been in a state of disrepair for many years.
But the star managed to get it up to scratch thanks to a Channel 4 show that charted the renovations – and some smart purchases.