Loose Women: Katie Price has blamed Kieran Hayler’s “horrific past” for his sex addiction [ITV]
She confirmed her split with Kieran on Loose Women on Tuesday 29 August, telling the panel her husband and the nanny have been having a year long affair.
However, the nanny Nikki Brown has strenuously denied the accusations saying they were “all lies” adding: “Katie wanted a divorce, she wants an excuse to get out and blame someone else.”
And now Katie’s second ex-husband Alex Reid has spoken out on her most recent split, questioning what his former spouse is claiming.
Alex Reid has spoken out on his ex-wife’s latest split [Wenn]
The cage fighter told The Mirror: “Having been in a similar situation, and understanding how difficult it must be for Kieran I feel sorry for him.
“He’s clearly signed an NDA [non disclosure agreement] and anything he does say is being controlled by her.”
Alex added: “There’s no factual evidence to prove what’s happened.
Katie and Alex Reid were briefly married [Getty ]
“Knowing Katie, it all seems very convenient. I smell a rat. She should take a lie detector test.”
Speaking on Loose Women, Katie said: “I employed a nanny to come in and I’ve caught him again having an affair with my nanny for a year. Sleeping with her in my house – but there’s other things that are going to come out.’
Kieran previously cheated on Katie with her long-term friends Jane Poutney and Chrissie Thomas.
Katie Price and Kieran Hayler are divorcing [Wenn]
Katie claims Kieran has had an affair with the family nanny [Getty]
Referencing his infidelities, she said: “Here I am again! I think when someone stabs the knife in the first time and they twist it, I was literally distraught.
“I suppose this time was I expecting it to happen again? Was my guard up? Because I’m acting completely different this time.
“My kids are older, they know what’s going on and for me I love coming to work. He’s got to get help. It’s not normal behaviour, especially when you’re in a happy marriage.
“I haven’t kicked him out, we’ve got children involved. What have I got to gain from kicking him out? We’ve got to deal with it maturely.”