Katie Price's sister accuses her of almost killing someone in drink-driving crash

After the shocking revelation that Katie Price was suicidal right before being admitted to a rehabilitation centre, the model's sister has spoken out.

In the new BBC documentary, Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next, Katie Price's sister, Sophie, reveals being convinced Price could have killed someone—or herself—in a horrific car crash.

A drug and alcohol-fuelled accident

Back in September of 2021, Katie Price was involved in what could have been a life-ending car crash after she was caught driving under the influence of alcohol and cocaine. Thankfully, no one was hurt but in the documentary, which is set to air Monday, 7 March, the glamour model's sister, Sophie, believes she came unimaginably close to death. She said:

When I saw the police there, I thought: ‘She’s really done it this time.' She’s like the cat with nine lives but I looked and thought: 'This is going to be a nightmare.' It was a shock. It was absolutely awful.

And added:

She could have killed someone or killed herself. Kate puts on such a front, you think: ‘She’s alright, she’s fine.' Clearly, she’s not. When people have mental health problems they’re very good at covering it up and Kate is very good at covering up when she’s not feeling right.

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'I'm lucky nothing happened'

Following the accident, Price was admitted to a rehabilitation centre where she was ultimately diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and given daily therapy. She came out of the experience recognising her fault and how lucky she is to be alive today. She said:

There’s no one to blame for me getting in that car but myself. But if people could see, that night, what was going on in my head . . . I wasn’t telling myself not to get in the car. I just thought, ‘I need to go’. So I’m lucky nothing happened.
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