Katie Price’s sister moans ‘today’s not a good day’ despite star’s prison sentence change

KATIE Price’s sister Sophie lamented having a “bad day” despite the media personality changing her prison sentence for breaking her drink.

Former sexy model avoid jail time today for overturning her car – even though a judge sentenced her to believe she was “above the law”.

Sophie reveals her nightmare day to her Instagram followers


Sophie reveals her nightmare day to her Instagram followersCredit: INSTAGRAM
Sophie drove to visit her and Katie's mother, Amy


Sophie drove to visit her and Katie’s mother, AmyCredit: INSTAGRAM

Katie, 43 years old, was banned from driving while she was behind the wheel after drinking cocaine, vodka and lemonade.

The reality star said she was drive to see a friend because she’s “alone”“when she flipped over her BMW in Horsham, West Sussex, in September.

The mother of five faces prison when she pleads guilty to drunk driving, as well as driving without insurance and driving while disqualified.

But she was commuted with a 16-week suspended sentence, 100 hours of community service, a two-year driving ban and 20 rehab sessions.

However, despite the good news for Katie and her family, her sister Sophie said on social media that it was “a day not a good day”.

Taking to Instagram, the mother-of-one detailed how she had driven to visit mom Amy to check on her during the tumultuous time.

However, just as Sophie, 31, was due to arrive – her partner called to let her know that he had tested positive for Covid, meaning she would have to come back.

‘I had an absolute nightmare morning,’ she told her followers as she sat in her car, wearing glasses and a green jumpsuit that looked so normal.

“I left the house, got up really early, thinking I was going to drive to my mom’s house today – and I was 20 minutes from her house and then Harry called me.

“He said, ‘Oh, I’ve got Covid and you need to go home now. So I said, “For your sake. So I pulled over and now I’m on my way back to London.”

She concluded, nodding toward her young son Albert: “It’s not a good day today, is it Alb? I’m on my way home now.”

It happened when District Judge Amanda Kelly made Katie’s quote on Wednesday, upon witnessing her going to jail because of her drunkenness.

Judge explains Katie will avoid jail This is because in an earlier hearing, the star was told that the sentence would be adjourned on the grounds that she had attended The Priory rehab facility for treatment and had not committed any further offences. what crime.

She pleaded guilty on September 29, a day after crashing her Range Rover and flipping it over in a B2135 near Partridge Green.

At the scene, she told police: “I was on drugs, I shouldn’t have been driving, I admit it all.”

Following the court’s decision, Katie’s critics shared their outrage on Twitter.

An angry fan: “If only Katie had avoided prison… DON’T BELIEVE.

“The traffic crime she was accused of was a SURPRISE!!! Otherwise I’d go to jail. Trick the system.”

Another said: “The justice system in this country is such a joke, how quickly will they lock me up if I inhale drugs and get drunk and then get behind the wheel of a car, even if I get caught. driving ban?”

One more raged: “Providing that if you’re famous, you get the #KatiePrice offer 5 times banned and STILL drinking and driving. Shameful.”

Sophie laments that she had a bad day even though Katie wasn't jailed


Sophie laments that she had a bad day even though Katie wasn’t jailedCredit: Rex
Katie Price avoids jail after being convicted at Crawley Magistrates Court in West Sussex for drink driving

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