Katie Price has hit back at Instagram followers who didn’t have the nicest things to say about a series of videos she posted.
On Monday night the presenter, 39, had a spot of cosmetic work done while at home, as a technician worked a wand over her butt, stomach and face – we assume it was some sort of non-invasive fat-burning thing people with money get.
Anyway, as the Loose Women panelist lay there in her frilly underwear, she posted three videos with a filter over the top distorting her voice.
It was innocent, sure, but some of Katie’s followers didn’t find it so endearing, as they took to the comments section to voice their distaste for the mother-of-five’s scantily-clad clips.
One took so much offence they said: ‘Your a brilliant example to my child of what never to become. Learn some respect. (sic)’
There were many other messages harping the same sort of sentiments, and Katie wasn’t taking that kind of comment lying down (well, she sort of was in the clip, but you know…)
She hit back at another who said ‘You may be stunning but act like a mother’, replying: ‘Thankyou for being a fan it’s great I’ve won many mother of the year awards ! Love to you too !’
She added: ‘Get your body out enjoy and support my online abuse campaign as I feel your not being nice …. your a example of #harveyslaw.
‘You would be amazed of what charity work I do behind the scenes! Would you like help with yours to raise money.’
Her clapback came after Katie launched Harvey’s Law, which aimed to put a stop to horrible online trolls – calling for online trolling to become a crime.
And the Government has suggested thus, with Justice Secretary David Gauke adding Government will consider plans after Katie gave evidence to a Commons committee on the issue.
Ms Price told the Commons Petitions Committee last week that a line should be drawn between ‘banter’ and criminal abuse but the law had failed to keep up with the changing use of technology.
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Her 15-year-old son Harvey – who is partially blind, autistic and has Prader-Willi syndrome – was targeted on Twitter last year by an unnamed 19-year-old who received a caution from Sussex Police.
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