Katie Price Set for Another Court Appearance in Two Weeks for Speeding Charge After Swerving Jail

Katie Price Set for Another Court Appearance in Two Weeks for Speeding Charge After Swerving Jail

June 25, 2022

The former glamor model is set to appear at Crawley Magistrates’ Court on July 5 after she’s allegedly caught driving over 60mph speed limit in a BMW in West Sussex.

AceShowbizKatie Price is facing court again in two weeks on yet another speeding charge. Though managed to escape being jailed on Friday, June 24, the ex-glamour model will have to deal with more legal strife after she was allegedly caught driving over the 60mph speed limit in a BMW close to her so-called “mucky mansion” home in Horsham, West Sussex.

It came after the 43-year-old appeared at Lewes crown court to be sentenced on Friday over a text she sent her ex Kieran Hayler’s fiancee in which she branded her a “gutter s**t.” She was supposed to appear in court over her latest alleged driving offence two months ago but it was postponed, and she will now answer it in a fortnight.

Alongside being charged with speeding, Price, who was formerly known as Jordan, is accused of failing to give information to police when asked following a driving offence. She is set to appear at Crawley Magistrates’ Court on July 5, but the charge means she will not be facing a prison term. The alleged offence came only 11 days after she flipped her car in a drink-drive smash on September 28.

The mother of five, who is engaged to 32-year-old Carl Woods, was also soon back in trouble with the law for flouting a restraining order after shared a “vile and nasty” message aimed at Hayler’s fiancee Michelle Penticost. Instead of being handed a prison sentence, Price was given a 18-month community order, 170 hours unpaid work and £1,500 costs.

Price’s ex-husband Hayler said he was “incredibly disappointed” after she avoided jail as he had been told she faced five years behind bars over the text. A statement released on behalf of Hayler and Penticost said, “We are incredibly disappointed with the result of today’s court hearing. We feel a custodial sentence would have sent the right message to the public given the seriousness of Miss Price’s offending.”

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