Katie Price Challenges Legal Threats, Expresses Willingness to Face Prison

Katie Price Challenges Legal Threats, Expresses Willingness to Face Prison

Former glamour model Katie Price has expressed her frustration at the continuous legal threats she faces and boldly stated that she’s prepared to go to prison to put an end to the ongoing turmoil.

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Despite having been declared bankrupt in November 2019 and being entangled in ongoing legal proceedings, Price seems undeterred.

She recently engaged in a conversation with TV personality Michelle Visage on the Rule Breakers podcast, where she opened up about her bankruptcy and challenged the authorities to incarcerate her.

Price, aged 45, candidly revealed her perspective on her bankruptcy, stating, “I actually think it’s quite a good thing for me to be in bankruptcy.”

She revealed that she’s tired of receiving court letters and has been making numerous court appearances.

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This led her to make a daring proposition: “Can’t you put me into prison, just to cover it all? Be done with it.”

Her stance is clear – she’s weary of the reminders and the legal threats that hang over her.

Unfazed by the prospect of imprisonment, Price admitted, “I genuinely don’t care if I go to prison.

Because it’s done then.” Her willingness to confront her predicament head-on is evident.

She even expressed an unusual enthusiasm for the idea, suggesting that she could use the experience for a story upon her release.

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She mentioned, “I love all the prison stuff and I can experience what it’s like… I could do a story when I come out and it’s a win-win situation isn’t it?” She firmly believes that her job wouldn’t be negatively impacted by a short prison term.

In addition to discussing her thoughts on prison, Price emphasized that individuals shouldn’t feel ashamed of facing bankruptcy.

Earlier this year, she appeared on Jeremy Vine’s Channel 5 show and shared her own struggles over the past three years, including challenges related to mental health.

She conveyed her resilience and sense of accomplishment, stating, “I’m proud that I’ve come to the other end, and it’s life, isn’t it? Sometimes you have to face these things.”

Notably, Price’s legal journey includes an incident from September 2021 when she crashed her BMW near Partridge Green in West Sussex.

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Following this incident, she received a suspended sentence, consisting of a 16-week prison term that was suspended for 12 months.

The sentence came with conditions, including 100 hours of unpaid work and rehabilitation activity requirement sessions.

In her recent conversation with Michelle Visage, Price’s defiance and readiness to confront consequences were palpable.

The full episode of the Rule Breakers podcast, where these revelations were made, can be accessed on BBC Sounds for those interested in gaining further insight into Price’s perspective and experiences.

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