Katie Price reveals Peter Andre DID take kids off her after discovering cocaine use

Katie Price has admitted that Peter Andre did take her children off her after discovering her cocaine use.

She also claimed that her ex Kieran Hayler had gone behind her back to tell him.

Appearing on Loose Women today for the first time since she was handed a driving ban, Katie branded her ‘self-medicating’ "disgusting".

However she insisted that she was glad she told her family and checked into the Priory.

"If I didn’t say anything I would still be in that rut now," she said.

Asked about whether her children were still in her life, Katie said: "Why do I have to explain myself? The kids are all back to normal. I don’t blame Pete for doing what he was doing."

Katie added: "The ex told him I was self-medicating."

The mother-of-five last appeared on the ITV daytime show as a guest in October 2018, after which she was banned from driving for three months after pleading guilty to driving while disqualified.

She was fined £1,100, prompting her to flog her bright pink Barbie jeep on eBay .

Katie told the panel that it was "so good to be back" after her nightmare year.

In December she also narrowly avoided bankruptcy – something she has blamed on her ex-boyfriends as she continues divorce proceedings with ex Kieran Hayler, who is the dad to kids Bunny and Jett.

Katie Price will be returning to Loose Women

Katie hasn’t appeared on the show since October

Viewers can expect an explosive interview with the 40-year-old, who is also likely to open up about her recent success in parliament.

Earlier this week, MPs backed Harvey’s Law – her pledge to end abuse against disabled people online.

Taking to Instagram as the happy news was announced, Katie shared a sweet snap with her son Harvey, 16, and mum Amy as she thanked fans for their support.

Katie’s pink Barbie Jeep is on eBay

Katie Price has been celebrating after MPs agreed to make online abuse of disabled people a criminal offence
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"The support has been unbelievable so far for #HarveysLaw this is for everyone out there who has ever Been a victim of online bullying," she powerfully wrote.

"We WILL make the difference. Thankyou to all of the MPs and the select committee for backing this important campaign to me and my family- this is for you Harvey".

*Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV

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