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Police seize files from Kerry Katona's ex-accountant

Light could be shed on the finances of the former pop star and 'I'm a Celebrity' winner after former accountant's house is searched by debt collectors

Former Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona could discover what has happened to
her lost cash after a search of her ex-accountant David McHugh’s house.

Files were found at the accountant’s house by debt collectors which could
shed light on how Katona’s money has been spent.

Katona, who was made bankrupt earlier this year, blames McHugh for her
bankruptcy,
The
Sun
reported.

Debt collectors found the documents which were taken away by police.

Last night McHugh told
The
Sun
he had nothing to hide and Katona’s files were “with a solicitor”.

Katona allegedly hit her accountant this year but was cleared of all charges.

Further reading:

No charges for Kerry Katona over accountant attack

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