Katie Price dramatically flees Mucky Mansion home and shares final photo after terrifying acid attack

Katie Price has quit her Mucky Mansion home - insisting that she'd been advised not to stay there any longer.

Large removal vans were seen at the property after the star was served an eviction notice, bringing an end to a decade of the star living in the house she "hates".

Katie, 46, shared a snap of the sprawling pad, which is thought to be worth £2.5million, in a farewell message to the house she has long described as "cursed".

It comes after her pink Range Rover was attacked in the night with what she believed to be acid. The star said at the time she would be leaving in a "few months' time" but today posted a parting shot of the home.

Katie Price's house posted on Instagram
Katie Price said today she was leaving her Mucky Mansion home -Credit:Instagram
Katie Price outside her home in a promo for Channel 4's Mucky Mansion show
The star has owned the home, which once had its own TV series, since 2014 -Credit:Channel 4

Katie told fans in a post today: "Due to acid attack on my car at my house I've now been advised by authorities not to stay at Mucky Mansion anymore."

The reality star has lived in the West Sussex pile since buying it for £1.3million in 2014, with children Harvey, Junior, Princess, Jett and Bunny all being raised there.

The house - which was previously owned by the Conservative MP Francis Maude - even had its own Channel 4 makeover series where the star attempted to do it up.

However, it has been plagued by vandals and she was so convinced it was full of ghosts she once carried out an exorcism in son Junior's bedroom.

She recently said she'd had "nine years of hell" in the property, telling fans at a live recording of her Katie Price Show podcast on Friday: "I am still in my mansion! And guess what? I absolutely have hated my mansion.

"I tell you why, nine years of hell I've had there. Fly-tipping, it's haunted... and I am living with it. And whoever buys that house, good luck! I hate it."