Katie Price under fire as fans accuse her of wearing real fur to courtJanuary 10, 2019
Katie Price has come under fire from fans who’ve accused her of wearing real fur to court today.
The skint former glamour girl, 40, turned up wearing a large furry hat and matching coat.
Despite battling spiralling financial troubles over the last few months, Katie appeared to spare no expense when it came to her wardrobe.
Her followers flocked to Twitter to remark on her choice of clothes, with many slammed the vocal animal-lover for wearing what looked like real pelts.
One wrote: "Wearing real fur shows she’s truly is a vile piece of work.. So much for claiming she’s an animal lover, what she means is she only loves wearing their fur."
Another added: "Wat a grotesque looking fur hag. They say anyone wearing fur is either very thick or very cruel. Which is it Katie Price?"
A third tweeted: "Is that real fur she’s wearing?"
It was also noted that Katie is broke right now and can ill afford to wear such expensive clobber.
She even told the magistrate in charge of her case that she couldn’t afford the £1,100 she was handed after pleading guilty to guilty to driving while disqualified and not having third-party insurance for her motor vehicle.
She was sentenced to a three-month driving ban and fined £1,100, but insisted she needed some time to pay the penalty.
However, we can reveal the hat she wore for the trip to Crawley Magistrates Court this morning is not new.
She was first pictured wearing the massive furry item back in 2013.
The telly star has spent the last few months battling financial troubles and narrowly swerved bankruptcy last year.
She was facing financial ruin as her debts spiralled and even faced having to sell off her mucky mansion in West Sussex.
Katie has also been flogging her old clothes – even her knickers – as well as her former breast implants in a bid to raise some much-needed cash.
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