Katie Price could face jail tomorrow as she heads to court to charge her after pleading guilty to breaching a restraining order.
The former supermodel is set to go to court again after her latest trial – in which she pleaded guilty to texting her ex-husband Kieran Heller about his fiancée.
Yesterday, Katie, 44, was spotted watching her sister Sophie marry her partner Harry Brooks along with her family and friends.
She was joined by her children Harvey, 20, Junior, 17, Princess, 14, Jett, eight, and Bunny, seven, as well as her mother, Amy, 64.
The media personality is said to have asked her younger sister to take her big day ahead in case she was put behind bars.
It comes as Katie could face jail time tomorrow, as she heads to court to face sentencing after pleading guilty last month.
A judge earlier warned that Katie could end up in jail for violating a restraining order after sharing the “vile and obscene” letter addressed to Michelle Pentecost, her ex-husband’s fiancée.
She faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison after pleading guilty in Lewis Crown Court at a turning point.
Judge Stephen Mooney told Price: “It is clear that you have accepted responsibility for a crime and pleaded guilty while on a suspended sentence which means you are at risk of going to prison.
“I would need to know the relevant parts of the background to consider the appropriate sentence.
Everything you need to know about Katie Price
“Don’t be under any illusions, you risk getting an immediate prison sentence.”
The reality star spent 12 hours in police custody after she was arrested at her beloved mansion in January for texting.
Katie texted Kieran: “Tell your friend not to start with me,” before calling it “rock bottom a**g.”
She faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison upon return for sentencing – she was already on a 16-week suspended sentence.
She has been charged with speeding in her BMW at 60mph and will appear in court for the offense in a separate hearing in July.
It came just 11 days before the flash drive was overturned in a drink crash on September 28 – seeing it utterly devastating.
Katie was driving to see a friend because she was “alone” when she flipped her BMW in Horsham, West Sussex, in September.
She had already been banned from driving when she got behind the wheel after taking cocaine and dropping vodka and lemonade.
A judge criticized her for believing she was “above the law” but could not send her to prison due to a legal loophole.
The judge also said Price, who has been sentenced to six previous driving convictions, has “one of the worst driving records I’ve ever seen.”
Katie Price’s Past Leadership Convictions
KATIE Price has been banned from driving six times in the past 10 years after a series of violations.
October 2003: Escape from speeding charge for technical reasons.
June 2008: Give us three points for talking on a mobile phone.
July 2010: Four points for driving at 99 mph.
September: Three points for deviating from her fairway in her 7-ton pink horse chest.
December: Six-month ban after three more points for 83mph in a 70mph zone, bringing their total to 13.
August 2012: Banned for 12 months after not responding to my two speeding tickets.
February 2018: Banned for six months for not providing details about the person driving her speeding car.
July: Police questioned him for getting behind the wheel while still prohibited. She says she thought the ban was over.
September: The £63,000 Ranger Rover crashes while on her mobile phone.
October: Arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. I spent a night in the cells.
December: Indicted over allegations of drunk driving.
January 2019: Three-month driving ban during the ban.
February: Three more months after the driving conviction.
Fall: Released with the sixth ban, this time for two years. Reduced to 18 months on appeal.
March 2021: He drives his boyfriend’s Range Rover. An administrative error means that an additional six months were not added under the compilation rules. I was questioned by the police.
September 2021: Arrested after turning over in a drunk driving accident
December 2021: Katie avoids prison for flipping a BMW and her driving ban is extended by two years and given a 16-week suspended prison sentence.
This week, Katie also veered once again from going to court over her monstrous £3.2m debt – the date has been changed for the third time.
She evaded court this month when she was due to be questioned about the money she owes — and won’t face music until next year.
Liquidators who dealt with the collapse of her empire claimed she was not “fully engaged” in paying creditors.
The hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice in London had been scheduled for June 7, but was re-recorded on February 9, 2023.
Despite her legal woes, self-confident Katie has been Sead “already packing for her vacation” as she insists she “will not be imprisoned.”
We exclusively revealed how Katie planned to travel Friday on her sixth trip abroad with fiancé Carl Woods if she escapes from prison.
A source told The Sun, “Katie tells everyone she’s packing for vacation – not prison! She’s buying her wardrobe for the holiday.”
“She thinks she’ll walk free like all the other times she’s been in court. She doesn’t act like someone who’s facing time in prison.”