KATIE Price was reportedly hospitalized after a “drinking” accident that could result in her facing jail time.
The Brighton-born celebrity, who appears to be prohibited from driving, is said to be in hospital after the crash on the B2135 near Partridge Green on Tuesday (September 28th).
According to The Sun, police arrested the 43-year-old reality star for alleged drunk driving.
A Sussex Police spokesperson said officers were responding to reports of a single-vehicle collision on the B2135 near Partridge Green at around 6:20 am.
“A 43-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of driving over the legal limit for alcohol and drugs and was taken to hospital to be checked.
“The road was temporarily closed to traffic while the vehicle was being rescued.”
Katie is thought to have already imposed a driving ban and would not get her license back until October 13.
A source told The Sun: “Katie rolled her car and was in a bad state when the police arrived.
“He’s in the hospital right now and everyone is desperately worried about him and why he’s driving.”
A South East Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “I can confirm that we were called to an RTC reports at about 6.30pm on the B2135 on Partridge Green.
An ambulance crew arrived at the scene and one person was evaluated and treated before being hospitalized.”
The accident came hours after Katie appeared on Good Morning Britain, where she said she was having trouble visiting her son Harvey because she couldn’t get behind the wheel.
“Obviously I won’t be able to get my license back until December, so I can’t get in the car there and it’s not close,” he said.
A mother of five has been banned from driving six times in the past ten years.
The former Loose Women panelist was first banned from driving for six months after sprinting 83mph in a 70mph zone in 2010. West Sussex.
In 2012, he was disqualified for 12 months for failing to respond to two speeding tickets.
He was later banned for six months for speeding after collecting 12 penalty points in 2018.
A year later, Katie was banned for three months after driving while being disqualified in January 2019.
Price’s last ban was granted for 18 months in October 2019 after he did not tell police who was driving his pink Range Rover during an accident in Bexley.