BBC criticizes Katie Price’s What Harvey Did Next documentary as fans threaten to ‘boycott’ the show

The BBC has been hit by complaints about the airing of Katie Price’s documentary What Harvey Did Next because she is an ‘inappropriate subject for a documentary’

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Katie Price opens in trailer for BBC documentary Harvey And Me

Katie Price’s documentary What Harvey Did Next has been criticized – and fans have even threatened to boycott the film after it aired on the BBC in recent weeks.

The 43-year-old is believed to have been paid by the company to appear in the series – which was made before her drinking accident in September – but a two-week new report finds that fans Grave reacted poorly to the document.

The report, according to The Sun, shows viewers complaining about Katie being an “inappropriate subject for a documentary”.

Some even raised concerns about Harvey appearing in the document because he was a vulnerable young man.

A total of 103 complaints were made between February 28 and March 13.

Katie Price with son Harvey


BBC / Minnow Films / Richard Ansett)

Katie turned over her BMW in September – and when the BBC announced the documentary would be aired, angry fans complained on Twitter.

One person wrote: “This is an outrageous abuse of license funding!

“Who wants to see this woman: she’s bankrupt, lawbreakers and on holidays & you think we want to see this trashy snack?”

Another raged: “Monday night at 9pm watch @bbc have an hour long episode with Katie. This is the price people pay license fees for..

She appeared in the BBC documentary

“A woman recently went to court for drunk driving and almost went to jail. No talent, self-promotion how much they paid her.”

While one said: “@BBC why would you let a drunk driver, drink Time in the air, totally inappropriate! #Katieprice”.

After the crash in September, Katie was given a 16-week suspended sentence for a year, 100 hours of community service and 20 rehab sessions following the car crash.

Her driving ban was also extended for two years and she had to pay £213 in costs on top of the £7,358 she owed the court.

Katie has been in the headlines lately


BBC / Minnow Films / Richard Ansett)

Sentencing in December, District Judge Amanda Kelly said: “When you chose to get behind the wheel that night, you showed no concern for others.

“You could have killed someone. Your actions meant that the emergency services had to use up their precious time.

“You knowingly and willfully disobey a court order, not the first time.

“You seem to think you’re above the law.”

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