Kerry Katona in tears as thieves visit her home and steal fiance's Mercedes – days after her Range Rover was nicked

KERRY Katona has been left "in bits" after thieves stole her fiance Ryan Mahoney's Mercedes and left her fearing for her safety.

The ex Atomic Kitten songstress, 41, wiped away tears as she told her Instagram followers how she had been "on the phone to police all day" in an attempt to track it down.

It follows a rough fortnight for Kerry which saw her and her family abandon their Christmas plan when they all contracted Covid, shortly after her bright blue Range Rover was nicked from outside the same property.

Wearing a red dressing gown and her hair in a messy bun, she spoke directly to the camera as she told how she felt the family had been "completely utterly watched and targeted."

She added: "Kind of really regretting moving up north now to be honest.Not good."

In a previous Instagram story, Kerry let loose her emotion on a text slide where she wrote: "So they've stolen Ryan's car off our drive last night!!

"Mercedes C63S!! They've been to my home. I'm in bits!!

"Please if you know anything please ring the police.

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In a separate slide, she added: "Two cars in 11 days! I've been watched and followed.

"I don't feel safe! Absolutely heartbroken!

"While my babies slept they came to my home!!

"If anyone knows anything please help!!!"

Another slide then surmised: "This is terrifying! Just don't feel safe."


The shock theft comes shortly after Kerry's £110k Range Rover was stolen.

Kerry’s motor was stolen in Oldham, Greater Manchester.

Yet tickets to win the vehicle were still being sold for £30 a pop despite its disappearance.

The mum-of-five was been forced to lay into trolls who linked the theft to the competition.

Last week she appeared in the same dressing gown from her home to update fans saying: "I've had some vile comments about the raffle and saying it's convenient and I just hope to god nothing like that ever happens to you because it was awful."

The former I'm a Celeb star then explained how her children were also shaken up by the incident which triggered her previous trauma endured in a previous burglary.

She explained: "The reason it was so traumatic to see my car drive off and have my kids with me. I didn't know the area. It triggered me. I remember three masked men came into my house.

“I was also angry because I've worked really hard to turn my life around and some dirty little scumbags who can't be arsed to get a f****** job. It's really traumatic."

Addressing her disappointment about the raffle she added: "And to everybody about the raffle, I'm absolutely devastated about that. I've not heard back from the police yet. I don't know what's gonna happen. I'm absolutely gutted. I really wanted to change somebody's life. We'll see if we get it back."


Meanwhile the Whole Again vocalist told how she "feels worse not better" after testing positive for Covid earlier this month.

Her Christmas was "ruined" after falling ill with the virus for a second time.

Wearing her dressing gown, Kerry kept warm with her quilt on the sofa as she told fans: "F*** Covid."

She added: "Not good!!! I'm in a bad way. I pushed through Christmas for the kids but my god this isn't good.

"I just want to be well now.

"Physically and emotionally exhausted. Merry f***ing Christmas."

The struggling star last week choked up with tears as she revealed she tested positive for Covid again.

Sharing a photo of her and son Max's positive lateral flow test results, Kerry revealed she did not know how to "deal with this" as daughter, DJ, didn't understand why she couldn't hug her mum.

Kerry had listened to her "gut instinct" and pulled out of her panto performance as Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty at Oldham's Queen Elizabeth Hall when her symptoms first began.

 "I'm so glad I didn't go because I would have gave everybody else there covid and ruined their Christmas as well," she said.

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