Harvey Price 'hello you c***’ Christmas jumpers sell out on Etsy but eBay pull them from site after furious mum Katie slammed themDecember 19, 2018
The offensive Christmas jumpers were changing hands on eBay and craft giant Etsy for £29.99 – but are now not available on either site.
They reference a phrase that Harvey – who suffers blindness, Prader-Willi syndrome and is on the autistic spectrum – used on Loose Women in 2016.
When asked what he would say to bullies, the 16-year-old replied: "Hello you c***."
Now, people trying to buy the jumpers on eBay are told: "This listing was ended by the seller because the item is no longer available."
Over on Etsy, shoppers are informed: "Sorry, this item is sold out" – though the offensive artwork, showing Harvey in a Santa hat, is still showing.
Last night, Katie, 40, told The Sun: "We think it's absolutely disgusting."
Pictures of people wearing the jumper, which was available in black, blue, red and green, have appeared online, after 166 of them sold on eBay.
One video shows a man proudly showing off his Harvey jumper, only to be challenged by a horrified girl.
The clip sees the grinning bloke revealing the jumper to a table full of his mates, one of whom gasped: "That is horrendous."
Amid laughter from other people round the table, one unimpressed girl orders him: "Take it off now. Take it off."
However, the jumpers have had positive feedback online. One Etsy buyer said she'd bought one for her husband, but that he “wasn’t brave enough to wear it out of the house”.
She wrote: “Brilliant — the quality is great and delivery was quick," adding: "The postman got a treat when he laid eyes on it.
“That's his Christmas bonus taken care of. Thanks!”
Harvey is Katie's first son and was born in 2002, following a brief relationship she had with footballer Dwight Yorke.
The ex Manchester United striker initially denied Harvey was his, but was proven wrong with a DNA test.
Doctors diagnosed Harvey with the genetic disorder Prader-Willi syndrome, which makes sufferers constantly hungry.
Katie has long been quick to shame people who mock her child, even launching a campaign for a register of social media trolls, which she took to the House of Commons this year.
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