Katie Price ‘tells friends that karma will get ex’s new girlfriend’

Katie Price ‘tells friends that karma will get ex Kieran Hayler’s new girlfriend’ after she was fined for hurling a ‘tirade of abuse’

Katie Price has reportedly told friends that her estranged husband’s new partner, Michelle Penticost, will get ‘karma’ following their court battle.

Earlier this week, the glamour model, 40, pleaded guilty to verbally abusing Kieran Hayler’s new girlfriend, and her friend, Andrea Quigley, in a school playground in front of shocked teachers and pupils.

The TV personality was ordered to pay £606 – including a £415 fine and court costs and was given a five-year restraining order forbidding her from contacting Michelle directly or indirectly.   

Feud: Katie Price, 40, Katie Price has reportedly told friends that her estranged husband’s new partner, Michelle Penticost, will get ‘karma’ following their court battle

Following this, a source told The Sun: ‘Katie is telling people that “karma” will get Michelle in the end and that she should watch out.’

The friend added: ‘She doesn’t know how, but Katie really knows how to hold a grudge. She doesn’t forget if someone’s crossed her.’

MailOnline have contacted a representative for Katie for comment. 

Court case: Earlier this week, the glamour model  pleaded guilty to verbally abusing Kieran Hayler’s new girlfriend, Michelle Penticost  in a school playground in front of shocked teachers and pupils

On Monday, Paul Edwards, prosecuting, told the court during the row – which took place in front of young children and was witnessed by a teacher – that Katie was witnessed hurling a ‘tirade of abuse’ including shouting ‘f****** c***’ multiple times at both women. 

Katie, who lives in West Sussex, previously said she was ‘definitely not guilty’ of using threatening and abusive words or behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress in Shipley on September 6 last year.

Paul Macauley, defending, said the outburst was prompted by Katie’s discovery days earlier that Michelle was in a relationship with Kieran.

Magistrates denied an application for compensation for the victims, saying this was ‘actually potentially inflammatory’.

Katie did not turn up to police interviews about the matter and had previously ignored a postal requisition telling her to attend an earlier court hearing, magistrates were told.

Former flames: Katie and Keiran are in the process of finalising their divorce

In a statement delivered outside court following her conviction, Katie said: ‘Today, I pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, not threatening anyone as the media are saying.

‘In fact, I have never been charged with any form of threatening or behaviour. I did swear but the rest is just exaggerated nonsense.

‘This has all started from Michelle Penticost having an affair with my husband Kieran Hayler from whom I will soon be divorced.

‘This incident was nine months ago in the playground. Since this, we have all been in the same school together.

‘I’ve even sat next to Andrea at a concert and there has been no further problems. 

Speech: ‘In a statement delivered outside court following her conviction, Katie said: ‘Today, I pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, not threatening anyone as the media are saying’

‘I feel totally intimidated and isolated from anyone at the school and it’s not fair on the children in creating this atmosphere.

‘I feel I have no option than to move the children from the school.

‘This was a one-off incident and, as you all know, I’m against bullying or anything like that which is why I’m doing my Harvey’s Law.

‘Thank you all very much. That is the real news story, so you don’t have to paraphrase it.’

Asked if she was sorry for what she did, she said absolutely not.

This is the third criminal court case Katie has faced this year. So far she has been ordered to pay more than £3,000 in court costs and fines.

In February she was given another driving ban after being convicted of being nearly twice the limit while in charge of her pink Range Rover and told to pay £2,425 – including a £1,500 fine.

In a separate prosecution in January, she was banned after admitting driving while disqualified and ordered to pay a £1,100 fine plus court costs. 

Tough time: This is the third criminal court case Katie has faced this year. So far she has been ordered to pay more than £3,000 in court costs and fines

 

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