Katie Price arrives at court for case against ‘troll’


Katie Price slams ‘disgusting’ troll who mocked her disabled son Harvey in the ‘most vile clip she has seen’

  • The 43-year-old is set to give evidence after police charged the 52-year-old man
  • She shared a shot of her on the way to Hastings Magistrates’ Court in East Sussex
  • Price also posed for photographers outside the court with her fiance Carl Woods
  • Police arrested the defendant – who cannot be named – ten hours after the video

Katie Price has slammed a ‘disgusting’ troll who mocked her disabled son Harvey in the ‘most vile clip she has seen’.

The 43-year-old was giving evidence after police charged the 52-year-old man over the footage.

The reality television star took to social media and shared a shot of her on the way to Hastings Magistrates’ Court in East Sussex this morning.

She also posed for photographers outside the building with her fiance Carl Woods as they both wore anti-trolling t-shirts.

Police arrested the defendant – who cannot be named for legal reasons – ten hours after the video was posted.

Price posed for photographers outside the building with her fiance Carl Woods as they both wore anti-trolling t-shirts

Price posed for photographers outside the building with her fiance Carl Woods as they both wore anti-trolling t-shirts

The 43-year-old will give evidence after police charged the 52-year-old man over the footage mocking Harvey

The 43-year-old will give evidence after police charged the 52-year-old man over the footage mocking Harvey

In a clip, a man and woman mimic the former glamour model, 42, and her 18-year-old

In a clip, a man and woman mimic the former glamour model, 42, and her 18-year-old

He was detained on suspicion of sending by public communication network an offensive/indecent/obscene/menacing message.

The man allegedly shared the video after it was posted by another person. He will appear in court this morning.

The clip was shared on social media in November and was mocked Price and her son Harvey.

A woman, who appeared to be playing Price, said: ‘If someone says something horrible to Harvey, what do we say?’

A man, who was wearing blackface, replied: ‘Hello you c***s.’

The clip was shared on social media in November and mocked Price and her son Harvey

The clip was shared on social media in November and mocked Price and her son Harvey

Price, who heads the Track A Troll campaign against anonymous accounts, quickly took to social media to find the culprit

Price, who heads the Track A Troll campaign against anonymous accounts, quickly took to social media to find the culprit

Price, who heads the Track A Troll campaign against anonymous accounts, quickly took to social media to find the culprit.

She previously wrote: ‘I’ve been sent this disgusting, racist mockery-taking video about me and Harvey mocking his disabilities, clearly planned hence the face-painting (sic).

‘Does anybody know these disgusting humans as I will be reporting to the police #Harvey’sLaw.

‘Words cannot describe how upset I am, this is so cruel. These people need reporting.’

Last year Price sat down with MPs to talk about the internet trolling her son Harvey – who has Prader-Willi syndrome – faces.

She has called for ‘Harvey’s Law’, which is to make social media abuse a specific offence with a register to catalogue offenders.



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