Has Kerry Katona’s latest money making venture gone bust?

After less than a year, her fitness business has ran out of funds

We love Kerry Katona. No matter how many times she is knocked down, she keeps on getting back up again.

Now the reality TV favourite has suffered another blow, as her nutrition range Kfit has reportedly run out of funds.

The 36-year-old launched the business on Boxing Day last year, but has not mentioned it on social media for a while.

All products on the site are listed as out of stock “due to high demand”.

As well as this, the contact number is out of action and the official Twitter account has only posted spam for months.

Doesn’t sound promising, does it?

A spokesperson for Kerry told The Sun: “There were unrealistic business ambitions and the company behind Kfit ran out of funds.”

The business was encouraging fans to “join me” in “shaping their bodies”.

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This comes at a bad time for Kez, as she has faced backlash after confessing to help her mum in a suicide bid.

The troubled star broke down in tears after admitting the heartbreaking news in Channel 5’s In Therapy series.

She also apologised to her children for everything she has put them through in the past.

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The Atomic Kitten singer revealed how she assisted her drug-addict mum during her lowest moment in her life.

“I got all her medicines out and said: ‘Go on, take them, you’re selfish,’” she admitted on the show.

There was also another incident in which her mum tried to kill herself, which saw Kerry get tattoos on her wrists to prevent her ever doing the same.

Kerry, 36, reasoned that, looking at her wrists, she’d be reminded of her love for them, so she would never try to take her own life.

She said: “If it’s hereditary I’d have to be one selfish person to cut through my kids’ names, so that’s why they’re there.

“I’m so proud of how my kids have turned out and that’s down to me.”