KERRY Katona has reached out to fans as her fortnight from hell gets worse.
The 41-year-old Atomic Kitten star has been left in tears by thieves who stole first her Range Rover, then her fiancé Ryan's Mercedes, forcing her to hire a car to get around.
The singer has been keeping fans updated about her non-stop dramas over the past few weeks and has now recruited them for help.
It follows a rough fortnight for Kerry which saw her and her family abandon their Christmas plans when they all caught Covid, shortly after her Range Rover was nicked from a car park.
Posting a selfie of her in a striped top, Kerry wrote: "Hey does anyone know of a good car hiring company? Please dm me xxxx"
She finished off the post with a giant car emoji plastered above her head.
The singer 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 down the latest stolen car.
In a separate slide, she added: "Two cars in 11 days! I've been watched and followed.
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She wrote: "I don't feel safe! Absolutely heartbroken! While my babies slept they came to my home!!
"If anyone knows anything please help!!! This is terrifying! Just don't feel safe."
Kerry moved into her £9,500-a-month Cheshire mega-mansion over the summer and was initially delighted.
A video of her arriving with son Max, 13, showed her gasping "holy s***" as she drove through the gates.
But now she wants to quit her £1.9m Cheshire mansion – saying she regrets moving back up north.
She told fans she was terrified saying: "Kind of regret moving back up north if I'm honest."
Kerry broke down in tears on Instagram as she spoke about what happened and later wrote: "So worried about my family and staying here! I want to leave!!
"Thank you for all your lovely messages but I won't lie I'm struggling people. My mental health is not good. How can this happen AGAIN to one person."
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