Katie Price's BBC documentary with Harvey shut down ‘indefinitely’ after she goes to rehab

KATIE Price’s new BBC documentary, What Harvey Did Next, has been axed after her drink-drive crash.

The former page three model pleaded guilty to drink driving, driving while disqualified and driving without insurance following the smash in West Sussex on Tuesday.

Katie, 43, will be sentenced on December 15 and has been warned she could face jail.

Her new BBC show, which was commissioned earlier this month, has now been shelved indefinitely.

A source said: “Katie had been preparing to start filming with Harvey for the new BBC documentary but it’s been pulled.

“It would have covered Harvey’s first term at his new school but without Katie able to commit there is no show.

“Katie understands of course and hopes there may be scope in the future to pick up where they left off.

“The BBC will want to wait to see what happens in the future before making any decisions about the show.”

Katie is also facing issues with her new baby brand, Little Pricey.
A second insider revealed how financial backers had got cold feet after Katie’s arrest.

The mum-of-five had been preparing to launch the new company with her sister, Sophie, 32, and the pair had appeared on Good Morning Britain to promote the brand before her crash.

The source explained: “Little Pricey is unlikely to get off the ground this year now.

“Those backing the project have got cold feet and want to delay the launch until the dust has settled.

“Little Pricey is a range of clothing for babies and while Katie’s fans will no doubt snap it up, at the moment it’s clear the time isn’t right.”

It would have covered Harvey’s first term at his new school but without Katie able to commit there is no show

Katie was photographed leaving Crawley Magistrates Court on Wednesday.

She went home to her family before checking into the Priory rehabilitation centre for treatment.

In court it was revealed how Katie had said at the scene: “I took drugs, I should not be driving, I admit it all.”

Prosecutor Debbie Jones told the court a drugs wipe gave a positive reading for cocaine.

Defence solicitor Joe Harrington, representing Katie, insisted the driving was a “one off” incident and said Katie felt lonely at home when she decided to visit a friend.

He said: “She has had a lot of personal problems recently.

“As I understand it, she had been drinking, she was lonely, and she decided to go and see a friend who lived a relatively short distance away and that is when the incident happened.”



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