Katie Price’s sister Sophie has lamented about a “bad day” despite a media personality going to jail for her drink-drive smash.
former glamor model saved from going to jail today For flipping his car – despite a judge reprimanding him for considering him “above the law”.
Katie, 43, Driving after consuming cocaine and drinking vodka and lemonade was already banned.
reality star said she was was driving to see a friend because she was “lonely”When he overturned his BMW in Horsham, West Sussex in September.
The mother-in-law of five children faced jail time when she pleaded guilty to one count of drunken driving, as well as driving without insurance and driving while disqualified.
But he was released with a suspended 16-week prison sentence, 100 hours of community service, a two-year driving ban and 20 rehab sessions.
Nonetheless, despite the good news for Katie and her family, her younger sister Sophie said on her social media that it was “not a good day”.
Taking to Instagram, the mother-in-law detailed how she was inspired to visit mom Amy to check on her during the turbulent time.
However, just as Sophie, 31, was about to arrive – her partner called to tell her that she had tested positive for COVID, meaning she would have to turn up.
“I’ve had an absolute nightmare morning,” she told her followers as she sat in the car, looking casual in her glasses and a green jumper.
“He was like, ‘Oh, I’ve got Covid and you need to come home now. So I’m like, ‘For the f***’ sake. So I had to pull over and now I’m on I go back to London. I am.”
She concluded, nodding to her younger son Albert: “It hasn’t been a good day so far, is it Alb? I’m going back home now.”
It comes as District Judge Amanda Kelly handed over Katie’s sentence on Wednesday, watching him go all-out jail for his drink-drive smash.
The judge explained to Katie escape from jail This was because at an earlier hearing, Starr was told that sentencing would be postponed on the understanding that she attended The Priory, a rehab facility for treatment and no further crimes.
He pleaded guilty to the charges on September 29, a day after crashing his Range Rover and flipping over a B2135 near Partridge Green.
At the scene, she told the police: “I took drugs, I shouldn’t drive, I accept it all”.
Katie’s critics shared their outrage on Twitter following the court’s decision.
One fan said angrily: “Katie Price escapes from prison… unbelievable.
“He has been charged with traffic offences, it’s a disgrace!!! You or I will be in jail. A mockery of the system.”
Another said: “The judicial system in this country is a af****n joke, how soon would they stop me if I took drugs and was drunk, still banned from driving?”
Another flared up: “Proof you get preferential treatment if you’re famous #KTPrice Banned 5 times & still drinking and driving. Shameful.”