Nicola Roberts has her £1.25million mansion repossessed by the bank

‘I took the hit financially so I could move on’: Nicola Roberts has her £1.25million mansion repossessed by the bank in a bid to put terrifying stalker ex ordeal behind her

  • The former Girls Aloud star was forced to do a mutual deal with the bank so she could move on following stalker ex, Carl Davies 
  • The 34-year-old came to the decision after failing to sell the Surrey home at a heavily slashed price of £825,000
  • Nicola was able to secure her belongings from the home before it was put back on the market, due to the mutual bank agreement
  • Her decision to have her home repossessed came after she was subjected to an ill-fated relationship with Carl Davies, now 44, over ten years ago
  • Davies, who sent Nicola up to 3,000 messages, including threats to stab and burn her, was given a suspended 15-month prison sentence by Guildford Crown Court, Surrey last year

Nicola Roberts has had her stunning £1.25million Surrey mansion repossessed by the bank. 

The former Girls Aloud star, 34, was forced to do a mutual deal with the bank so she could move out and start afresh after being left terrified of her stalker ex-boyfriend Carl Davies, who was aware of where she resided.  

The singer has explained that it was ‘her own decision’ to go to the bank after the property, which she purchased in 2009, failed to sell at a heavily slashed price of £825,000.  

‘It was my decision’: Nicola Roberts, 34, has had her stunning £1.25million Surrey mansion repossessed by the bank

Speaking to The Sun, Nicola has admitted that she is finally at peace after having her former home repossessed by the bank.

Nicola revealed: ‘It was my decision to go to the bank and ask if they would take the house in exchange for clearing the mortgage.

‘I had been trying to sell the house for years, and was so unhappy there that I decided to take the hit financially in order to move on and find a new property away from the bad memories.  

Nicola was able to secure her belongings from the home – which was first listed in February 2017 – before it was put back on the market, due to the mutual bank agreement.

Terrifying: The former Girls Aloud star was forced to do a mutual deal with the bank after being left terrified of her stalker ex-boyfriend Carl Davies (Pictured 2007) 

‘Was so unhappy’: The singer has explained that it was ‘her own decision’ to go to the bank after the property, which she purchased in 2009, failed to sell at a heavily slashed price of £825,000

The star initially took out a mortgage with the bank Coutts, and then went onto transform the Surrey pad with new facilities such as a hi-tech gym, a dreamy walk-in wardrobe, and a terrace overlooking the idyllic gardens. 

Nicola’s decision to have her home repossessed came after she was subjected to an ill-fated relationship with Carl Davies, now 44, over ten years ago. 

Davies, who sent Nicola up to 3,000 messages, including threats to stab and burn her, was given a suspended 15-month prison sentence by Guildford Crown Court, Surrey last year. 

Moving on: Nicola has admitted that she is finally at peace after having her former home repossessed by the bank

Mutual: Nicola was able to secure her belongings from the home – which was first listed in February 2017 – before it was put back on the market, due to the mutual bank agreement

She revealed at the time she was scared to leave her windows open at night or take her dogs for a walk.

Nicola said in a victim impact statement: ‘The messages he sent reminded me of all the terrible things that happened when we were together.

‘It was like walking on eggshells and the constant messaging was bringing all those feelings back.’

Trial: Davies, who sent Nicola up to 3,000 messages, including threats to stab and burn her, was given a suspended 15-month prison sentence by Guildford Crown Court last year (Pictured 2007) 

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