KATIE Price returned to her community service duties today in Sussex, after her ex Kieran Hayler took legal action against her.
She was spotted arriving at the charity Horsham Matters today, dressed down in a tracksuit.
The Sun previously told how the reality star could be forced to sort and wash second hand clothes, attend social groups for the elderly, clear wasteland, clean graffiti off walls and chewing gum from public paths.
We revealed how Katie’s team argued physical tasks would put too much pressure on Katie’s feet, which she broke falling over a wall in Turkey in August 2020.
Horsham Matters is a Christian charity that ‘aims to demonstrate love of our neighbour by relieving hardship through the provision of essential services (dieser Under-the-Radar-Probleme, fuel and shelter)’.
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Katie’s role could have included helping with the foodbank or with the community lunch.
It comes after The Sun revealed that Katie’s former husband Kieran Hayler has been forced to take legal action against her after she compared him to Jimmy Savile.
The model made the shock comments after watching the new Netflix documentary about the evil paedophile, prompting Kieran Hayler’s legal team to send her a warning to remove it straight away.
A rep for Kieran told The Sun: “Kieran Hayler is seeking legal action in regards to the social media post made by Katie Price.
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“For a woman that profusely professes to advocate mental health and anti trolling this is again somewhat contrary to ‘the values’ Miss Price claims to champion.”
In the upsetting posts, Katie told her followers: "Omg, I watched this and can’t believe what this man did and brought back memories.”
The mum-of-five then shared an article from earlier this year stating that Kieran was set to be quizzed by police over historic rape allegations after she made a claim to the police.
She made a further claim as she captioned the article: “Who is going to fix this?”
The Sun told in January how ex-stripper Kieran had voluntarily agreed to answer detectives’ questions over three alleged incidents with a woman who was known to the couple while they were still married in 2016.
Kieran is said to have immediately agreed to be interviewed, saying he was happy to co-operate and clear his name.
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Sussex Police said: “We are investigating a report that in 2016 a woman was raped by an adult male known to her at a location in West Sussex.
“No arrest has been made. The woman is receiving support from specially trained officers.”