Katie Price evades conviction as police drop case on the day she was due to appear in court

KATHIE Price had ANOTHER speeding conviction dismissed today.

The former glamor model was charged with driving over the 60 mph speed limit on September 13 last year, but police closed the case just hours before she was due to appear in court.


Katie Price was released from Lewis Crown Court last month after evading jail1 credit
The former glamor model flew to Thailand with partner Carl Woods a few hours later.


The former glamor model flew to Thailand with partner Carl Woods a few hours later.1 credit

She was also accused of failing to tell police on 26 January who was driving her £62,000 BMW, but this too was dismissed as “no evidence was presented”.

The 44-year-old man, who has nearly 20 previous driving convictions, was banned from driving at the time of the alleged offense.

Just two weeks later, she flipped her flash motor in an accident next to her while drunk. dirty mansion in Horsham, West Sussex.

The reality TV star pleaded guilty but avoided jail, saying she was in a hurry to visit a buddy because she was “lonely”.

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Instead, she received a 16-week suspended prison sentence for one year, 100 hours of unpaid work and 20 mandatory rehabilitation sessions.

She was also banned from driving for two years and ordered to pay 85 court costs.

At the time, the judge told her, “Your driving record is one of the worst I have ever seen.”

Price was due to appear in Crawley Magistrates’ Court later today after a previous hearing was adjourned on March 24.

But this morning the Sussex police closed the case and confirmed that she would not show up.

It was unclear if she had been there in person since she flew to Thailand late last month.

The mom-of-five and partner Carl Woods boarded a plane hours after they learned she wouldn’t be caged for sending a “nasty and nasty” message to her ex’s fiancée.

Price violated a restraining order by calling Kieran Hayler’s partner Michelle Penticost “crap.”

She admitted to the charge at Lewis Crown Court, making a dramatic turnaround after previously denying it but avoiding prison.

The broadcaster, who smiled as she left the dock, faced a maximum of five years in prison, but was instead given an 18-month public order, 170 hours of unpaid work and £1,500.

Kristen Bell Tattoos reported that Price booked a vacation in Southeast Asia BEFORE learning of her fate.

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Since arriving, the couple have posted racy photos on their OnlyFans account, including sexy sunbathing shots and an X-rated image from their hotel.

But they risk violating Thailand’s strict anti-pornography laws, where publishing “obscene” content is punishable by up to five years in prison and a 100,000 baht (£2,300) fine, or both.

The wreckage of Price's BMW outside her home in West Sussex.


The wreckage of Price’s BMW outside her home in West Sussex.Credit: Enterprise



CATHY Price has been banned from driving six times over the past ten years after a series of infractions.

OCTOBER 2003: Avoids a speeding ticket on technical grounds.

JUNE 2008: Three points for talking on a cell phone.

JULY 2010: Four points for exceeding 99 mph.

SEPTEMBER 2010: Three points for veering off the lane in her 7.5-ton pink van.

DECEMBER 2020: A six-month suspension after three more points for speeding 83 mph in a 70 mph zone brings her total to 13.

AUGUST 2012: 12-month ban for failing to respond to two speeding tickets.

FEBRUARY 2018: Banned for six months for not giving details about the person driving her car.

JULY 2018: Police interrogated for driving even though the car was still banned. She says she thought the ban was over.

SEPTEMBER 2018: Crashes his £63,000 Ranger Rover while allegedly talking on a cell phone.

OCTOBER 2018: Arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Spent the night in cells.

DECEMBER 2018: Drunk driving charge.

JANUARY 2019: Three months of car driving ban.

FEBRUARY 2019: Three months after yet another driving conviction.

FALL 2019: Sixth ban issued, this time for two years. Reduced to 18 months on appeal.

MARCH 2021: Drives her boyfriend’s Range Rover. An administrator error meant that the extra six months of the summation rules were not added. Interrogated by the police.

SEPTEMBER 2021: Arrested after driving his car over in a drunken accident.

DECEMBER 2021: Cathy escaped jail for counterfeiting a BMW, had her driving ban extended by two years, and received a 16-week suspended sentence.

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