Having been seen driving around earlier this week despite being disqualified from the roads,
The model was seen leaving home and getting into an awaiting car, this time into the passenger side, with boyfriend Carl Woods behind the wheel.
The appearance comes a day after
Sticking to the rules: Having been seen driving around earlier this week despite being disqualified from the roads, Katie Price was sure to play by the rules on Thursday
Katie’s current two-year ban was issued in the autumn of 2019, which she appealed. It was reduced to 18 months.
This happened in October of that year, meaning her ban will lift in a matter of weeks, if not days.
Police are set to ask her about this, with a source telling The Sun: ‘Katie’s been contacted by police and will be speaking with them later today.
‘There’s a real worry she’s facing a custodial sentence – if she’s banned again it’ll be her seventh driving ban.
Hitching a ride: The model was seen leaving home and getting into an awaiting car, this time into the passenger side
Bending the rules? The appearance comes a day after The Sun claimed the mum-of-five, 42, was spotted behind the wheel of a Range Rover despite serving her current sixth driving ban, which is nearing its completion date
Tense: Katie seemed a little on edge as she headed to the car
Passenger side: The model was sat on the passenger side, with boyfriend Carl Woods behind the wheel
‘It’s a shame as she was only a few weeks away from being able to legally drive again.’
Reps for Katie declined to comment when approached by MailOnline.
Climbing into the passenger side of a white BMW on Thursday, Katie brandished a Canon camera, documenting her journey from the front door to the vehicle, before being ferried off.
She wore an all-blue ensemble, a variation of baby and sky blue hues. The winter look featured a gillet over a wool cardigan, a dark top beneath.
Fly-on-the-wall: Climbing into the passenger side of a white BMW on Thursday, Katie brandished a Canon camera, documenting her journey from the front door to the vehicle, before being ferried off
Feeling blue: She wore an all-blue ensemble, a variation of baby and sky blue hues
I see you: The winter look featured a gillet over a wool cardigan, a dark top beneath
Filming: It’s presumed Katie is documenting her day for a TV project, her YouTube channel or some form of social media upload
Glam: Katie’s make-up was typically glam, showing off her red manicure. She wore her dark blonde locks in sleek lines around her features
Taxiing: Carl was seen heading to the vehicle ahead of Katie
She added leggings to the look and Nike trainers.
Katie’s make-up was typically glam, showing off her red manicure. She wore her dark blonde locks in sleek lines around her features.
It’s presumed Katie is documenting her day for a TV project, her YouTube channel or some form of social media upload.
Spotted: The day before, Katie was seen driving her 32-year-old boyfriend Carl’s Land Rover on a public road in Hertfordshire
An eyewitness said: ‘They were heading in the direction of the M11. Katie looked anxious. She seemed to be biting her nails’
The onlooker added: ‘How can she be so stupid when she’s only got a few weeks of the ban left to go?’
Eye-spy: The ban was issued to Katie after her famous pink Range Rover was involved in a crash in November 2018, after which Katie refused to tell police who had actually been behind the wheel
Camera-ready: Driving while disqualified can lead to an unlimited fine and jail time of six months
Saga: Katie was first slapped with a driving ban in 2010 for six months. This was for speeding – 83mph in a 70mph zone in West Sussex
All aboard: Katie seemed defiant as she climbed into Carl’s car
KATIE PRICE: A SAGA ON THE ROADS
October 3, 2003 Escaped a speeding charge on a technicality after cops failed to arrest her within 12 weeks. Her Range Rover was allegedly clocked at 70mph in a 40mph zone.
June 5, 2008 Given three penalty points, fined £200 and ordered to pay £80 costs at Feltham magistrates’ court for talking on her mobile phone while driving on April 18.
January 7, 2009 Let off on a legal technicality by Brighton magistrates after allegedly breaking a 30mph limit and not providing the identity of the driver to police.
July 7, 2010 Convicted in her absence by Crawley magistrates after cameras caught her speeding at 99 mph on September 16, 2009. Her lawyer argued she was only speeding because she was being hounded by the paparazzi, but police said there were no other speeding vehicles around. She was fined £250, ordered to pay £500 prosecution costs and given four points on her licence.
September 28, 2010 Convicted at Mid-Sussex Magistrates’ Court for failing to be in proper control of her 7.5-ton lurid pink horsebox after veering into another lane in Sussex on February 19. She was fined £1,000, ordered to pay £650 court costs and a £15 victim surcharge and given three points on her licence, taking her tally to 10.
December 1, 2010 Banned from driving ban for six months after she was caught on speed camera travelling at 83mph in a 70mph zone on the A23 in Pyecombe, West Sussex on 10 December 2009. Katie, who did not attend the hearing, pleaded guilty to the charge. In her absence, she was fined £1,000 and given three penalty points on her license (taking her total at that time to 13 points). This took her over the 12-point limit and brought an automatic six-month driving ban and so she was disqualified from driving for six months.
August 31, 2012 Barred from driving on the roads for 12 months, after failing to respond to two speeding tickets. She had been caught speeding in London on September 5 and September 6 2011. The glamour model argued that all of her post was dealt with by her mother and she had never seen the prosecution warnings. Katie, who already had six points on her licence at the time, was given six more and banned for 12 months. She was also fined £400.
February 16, 2018 Banned from driving for six months after doing 60mph on the 50mph A24. She already had points on her license. Following the incident in Dial Post, West Sussex in 2017, Katie failed to tell police when the speeding ticket arrived and was charged with failing to provide details about the person driving. She failed to show up at magistrates’ court and was given a six-month ban and a £750 fine.
July 28, 2018 In July she was was questioned by police after photographs emerged of her getting behind the wheel of her car while still banned from the road. Pictures revealed Katie driving her grey Ford Fiesta home from Gatwick with her youngest kids Jett, aged four, and Bunny, aged three. She handed herself into police and took to Instagram to insist that she thought the ban was over – but as soon as she realised it wasn’t, confessed her wrongdoing to authorities to avoid a ‘guilty conscience.’ The former glamour model said at the time: ‘After driving to Harvey’s Hospital appointment I have NOW found out that I don’t get my licence back until 8th August.’
September 26, 2018 Crashed her £63,000 Ranger Rover on September 26, while allegedly on her mobile phone. The crash was reported to the police. Marketing executive Katie Pugh, 23, told MailOnline that the troubled star rear-ended her Mercedes as they were stuck in traffic on the A3 in Roehampton, Surrey. Pugh said she looked up into her rear-view mirror and noticed Katie appearing to be looking at her phone moments before the collision at around 5.30PM on September 26.
October 10, 2018 Arrested on suspicion of drink-driving in the earlier hours of the morning on October 10, after being found by police in her garish pink Range Rover in Woolwich, East London. Katie had allegedly been partying with ex-boyfriend Kris Boyson helping him celebrate his 30th birthday when her car ended up hitting a parked car. She took a roadside breath test and was taken to Plumstead Police station where she was released after a night in the cells. Katie was then photographed driving her car without wearing her seatbelt, just 36 hours after her drink driving arrest – an infraction that carries a £100 fine.
December 2018 Charged by postal requisition over her drink-driving charge and is now due to appear at Bromley Magistrates’ Court on Monday, 7 January.
January 2019 Caught driving while disqualified, and was given another three months.
February 2019 Served a further three month ban after being convicted of drink-driving in October 2018.
Autumn 2019 Issued with her sixth ban – a two-year disqualification – which she appealed. It was reduced to 18 months.
March 2021 Gets behind the wheel of boyfriend Carl Wood’s Range Rover weeks before her 18-month ban is lifted. Questioned by police over the matter.
The day before, Katie was seen driving her 32-year-old boyfriend Carl’s Land Rover on a public road in Hertfordshire.
An eyewitness said: ‘They were heading in the direction of the M11. Katie looked anxious.
‘She seemed to be biting her nails. How can she be so stupid when she’s only got a few weeks of the ban left to go?’
The ban was issued to Katie after her famous pink Range Rover was involved in a crash in November 2018, after which Katie refused to tell police who had actually been behind the wheel.
Driving while disqualified can lead to an unlimited fine and jail time of six months.
Katie was first slapped with a driving ban in 2010 for six months. This was for speeding – 83mph in a 70mph zone in West Sussex.
She was then disqualified for a year in 2012, after failing to respond to two speeding tickets.
Katie reportedly failed to inform police when she received the ticket for breaking the speeding limit in a 50mph limit on the A24 in Dial Post, West Sussex in 2017.
She claimed that she failed to see a pair of speeding tickets because her mother takes care of the mail.
Katie was ordered to pay a total of £75 and she was slapped with the 12-month driving ban.
In 2018, she was banned for another six months, totting up 12 penalty points on her driver’s license.
During this ban, she was caught driving while disqualified in January 2019, and was given another three months.
A further three months were added to this ban a month after this, when she was convicted of drink-driving the previous October.
The former glamour model was released by police pending further investigation on October 10 2018 following an alleged five-day bender that ended up with her being arrested for drink-driving after turning up uninvited to her on-off boyfriend’s birthday party.
At the time, Katie was receiving treatment at The Priory and meant to be abstaining from alcohol, but it has since been claimed that she went on a five day bender prior to her drink-drive arrest.
She had reportedly been enjoying Strawberry Daquiris with ex-boyfriend Alex Adderson after fearing the 25-year-old would think she is a ‘boring granny’ if she didn’t let her hair down, according to The Sun.
Katie famously handed herself into police the previous July for driving while on a six-month ban, explaining at the time that she thought her ban was over.
Taking to Instagram, the former glamour model admitted that she thought the ban was done – but as soon as she realised it wasn’t confessed her wrongdoing to authorities to avoid a ‘guilty conscience.’
She said at the time: ‘Been on such an emotional rollercoaster the last 6 months and my head has been all over the place, so much so, that I thought my driving ban was up.
‘After driving to [son] Harvey’s hospital appointment I have NOW found out that I don’t get my licence back until 8th August. With this on my conscience I called police and reported myself.
‘I’ve come such a long way and just want easy life now. I have got out of a hole and am finally happy and looking forward to being my old independent self.’
The reality star received a £750 fine as well as £200 in costs and a £75 surcharge following her conviction, according to reports.
This comes after Katie vowed she ‘won’t give up’ in her campaign to make online bullying a crime after receiving over 100,000 signatures for her Track A Troll campaign.
The former glamour model has been asking for a change in legislation that will require all social media platforms to ask users for ID after her disabled son Harvey, 18, became the victim of online trolling.
In a piece for
Katie wrote that she understands concerns from some that required ID for social media users could ‘out’ members of the LGBTQ+ community or those with a criminal history.
The star insisted her law would mean users’ accounts can be tracked through the IP address, allowing police to put a stop to online abuse, and they wouldn’t need to share any other personal information.
Katie’s petition has been backed by several stars and MP Andrew Griffith, and after reaching 100,00 signatures will now be debated in Parliament.
She wrote: ‘I’ve seen Harvey mocked and belittled since he was a small boy, because of his disabilities, and because of his race.
‘Now that he’s 18, he understands that the treatment he receives from strangers is cruel and unfair. He’s said it himself: ”People are horrible to me.” As a mother, that breaks my heart.
‘Once I get my teeth stuck into something, that’s it – there’s no giving up. I am prepared to do whatever it takes to lead the charge for kindness.’
On Monday Katie also revealed her plans to attend court and face her son Harvey’s online bullies while discussing her Track A Troll campaign on BBC News.
Katie, whose 18-year-old son is blind and has Prader-Willi syndrome and ADHD, previously said she was ‘over the moon’ as police moved to prosecute a troll who shared a racist blackface video while mocking her disabled son.
And now, she is asking for a change in legislation, requiring all social media platforms to ask users for ID in hopes of reducing online hate.
Serious: The star has been asking for a change in legislation that will require social media platforms to ask users for ID after her disabled son Harvey became the victim of online trolling
Good cause: On Monday Katie also revealed her plans to attend court and face her son Harvey’s online bullies while discussing her Track A Troll campaign on BBC News
Katie said: ‘I would love to say what kind of abuse Harvey gets, but I wouldn’t say it because it’s so horrific to say, but when you read it, it should be treated the same as how you say it.
‘If I verbally said these words I would get arrested, so it should have the same affect, just because it’s written down.
‘I do know three people have been arrested, the ones I was looking for, for Harvey. A couple in Aberdeen and some of the national newspapers ran their faces. And the person who actually retweeted it has been charged with Malicious Communications.’
Katie confirmed that the police contacted her to let her know they had made an arrest.
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