Katie Price reveals Harvey ‘destroyed the house’ and smashed his TV and computer when he returned to residential college

KATIE Price has revealed how her son Harvey left her “exhausted” over Christmas after “destroying the house as much as possible”.

The media personality took to her YouTube channel to show a behind-the-scenes video of her interview on Good Morning Britain last week.

Katie explained all the gifts she bought for Harvey were for "to replace" the things he broke


Katie explained all the gifts she bought for Harvey were to “replace” the things he brokeCredit: YOUTUBE
Mother and daughter appeared on Good Morning Britain last week


Mother and daughter appeared on Good Morning Britain last weekCredit: instagram

Katie, 43, joined the ITV talk show to discuss the release of her new book alongside 19-year-old Harvey, as she turned to questions about her drinking habits.

Her son – who suffers from a number of complex needs including Prader-Willi Syndrome, autism and blindness – sat beside her during the conversation.

The mother-daughter duo were filmed for Katie’s latest YouTube video as Katie finished her makeup and discussed what she was up to.

Sha gave fans an insight into the Christmas period with Harvey, who lives at National Star College in Cheltenham for the term, at home.

Katie told the camera: “Harvey destroyed the house as much as he could, pulling out food every day – I’m exhausted, but I love him.”

After the interview, the former glamor model explained that she was preparing to travel to Gloucestershire to bring the boy back to boarding university.

Packed up in the car with his Christmas presents, she explained that Harvey’s gifts were just a “substitute” for the things Harvey had smashed.

“Christmas gifts are just replacements for broken things, a new computer, a new TV and a new keyboard,” Katie lists the items.

Yesterday, we revealed how Katie’s GMB chat was attacked by dozens of Ofcom complaints after angry viewers said she “shouldn’t be on” TV.

The broadcast regulator confirmed there had been “complaints regarding the interview with Katie Price” with 53 people objecting to the appearance.

Katie and Harvey were seen on the show last Tuesday to discuss her recent court appearance following a drunken car crash last year.

Media personality asserts “people should not judge her” for running over her car in an alcohol and cocaine crash – and then escaping from prison.

She told viewers that she felt “embarrassed” about her actions, but wasn’t ready to talk about the “traumatic events” that left her behind the wheel.

Admitting she was lucky to have avoided spending Christmas behind bars, Katie said: “Things could have been different.

“The events that led up to it were really traumatic and it’s still very traumatic afterwards, so I’m not ready to talk about it yet.

“All I can say is that I went to The Priory and I finally made the decision to see my therapist weekly, and forever, to deal with the traumatic events that led me to the car. that car.

“I’m very good at hiding things. When I’m ready to talk about it, I’ll say it because there are reasons why I’m in the car and why I’m in that mental state.

“I’m ashamed of it all. It’s a hurt caused by it. The reasons that I’m still working through. It’s a new year now, but I’m still working it all out.”

However, many viewers were very angry because she couldn’t solve the problem collision and “didn’t want to talk”.

One person tweeted: “Imagine putting her on the show to talk about her prison break, but she doesn’t want to.”

Another added: “It would be great if we could just have a year without hearing Katie Price on TV! You’re not ready to speak but agreed to an interview.”

A third said: “‘I’m not ready to talk about it now’. That means she’ll spoon up the media to get her through 2022.”

Katie Price says people ‘shouldn’t judge her’ for drunk driving crash but admits she’s ’embarrassed about it’

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