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Alan Barnes' guardian angel Katie Cutler threatened with bailiffs in PR row Katie Cutler, who was dubbed the 'Angel of the North' after helping Alan, is in a legal dispute with the woman who offered her PR support with her campaign 20:55, 13 SEP 2016Updated21:41, 13 SEP 2016Katie Cutler, who set up the charitable fund the Alan Barnes Appeal in response to the mugging and robbery of pensioner Alan Barnes in Gateshead, which eventually raised burberry dresses online more than 300,000 for him to buy a new house, at burberry polo shirt outlet the Cabinet Office in London after it was announced she received a BEM in the Queen's Birthday Honours List (Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The mum who raised for disabled mugging victim Alan Barnes is being threatened with bailiffs in a bitter legal dispute.
Katie Cutler, 23, was dubbed 'The Angel of the North' after she campaigned for Mr Barnes, who is just 4ft 6in tall and registered blind. Moved by our story of his terrible ordeal, Katie transformed his life as donations flooded in from around the world. PR Claire Barber, of Alnwick, burberry crossbody bag Northumberland, then offered to help raise funds for Katie's charitable foundation for Katie believed the fee would come from TV appearances and media work. Ms Barber believed Katie would pay from her own pocket. But the part time beautician donated the money raised for Alan and other good causes, and does not have the which Ms Barber is claiming in a county court order. Katie, mum of four year old Gracie, lost out on work due to fundraising and is now trying to get her business back on its feet. She said: "I really liked Claire when I first met her and felt like I could trust her. "All these people were coming to me, I needed help. But I just feel so let down now. "I am so worried about bailiffs taking my belongings in front of my daughter. "All I ever wanted was to help and do good things for people who needed it. "It took so much time, my business suffered." She wept as she told of her anxiety, stress and sleepless nights over the dispute, which shop burberry outlet online began in June, 2015. The county court order threatens to seize and sell Katie's goods unless she pays Ms Barber by September 20. Gateshead mum Katie Cutler says 'trolls won't stop me raising money for those in need' Katie's mum Vanessa, 45, added: "Claire asked for an email agreeing to pay her a day for work for Katie's foundation.
"She told her that she had knocked off her normal daily rate. Then she got a bill for for 14.5 days over four months.