Katie Price Avoided Jail For A Booze And Cocaine

Katie Price Avoided Jail For A Booze And Cocaine

Katie Price Avoided Jail

‘You DESERVE to spend Christmas behind bars, but I can’t jail you’: Judge spares Katie Price prison for driving drunk, banned and high in NINTH offence – because she got treatment at the £6,800-a-week Priory.

UK – According to Dailymail. Katie Price was told by a judge today that she deserved to spend Christmas in prison as she was spared jail for drink-driving because she got treatment at the £6,800-a-week The Priory after her ninth motoring offence, despite going out shopping while staying at the facility.
Katie Price Avoided Jail For A Booze And Cocaine
Katie Price Avoided Jail For A Booze And Cocaine
The former glamour model was handed a 16-week suspended sentence and two-year ban at Crawley Magistrates’ Court this afternoon, three months after she flipped her BMW on its side on a country lane near her home in West Sussex on September 28 at 6.20am.
Drink-driving campaigners said they were ‘gobsmacked’ by the ‘unbelievable’ sentence, but a judge said Price would avoid going to jail after she completed a stint at the celebrity rehab clinic and stayed out of trouble.
It followed directions of a bench of magistrates – chaired that day by Julie Hutton – who deferred the former model’s sentencing at a previous hearing held the day after the crash. Katie Price Avoided Jail .
Katie Price Avoided Jail For A Booze And Cocaine
Katie Price Avoided Jail For A Booze And Cocaine
According to the sun An ex-cop said: “Anyone else would spend Christmas in jail.”
Repeat offenders would usually face a minimum of 12 weeks behind bars.
But because Price went to rehab and complied with a deferral — even while on holiday in Las Vegas — her sentence was reduced below the custody threshold.
At Crawley magistrates’ court yesterday, District Judge Amanda Kelly admitted the public would be “appalled” — and that Price deserved to be spending Christmas behind bars.
She added: “Your actions on that night were incredibly selfish.
“When you chose to get behind the wheel of the car that night, you showed no consideration for others. You could have killed someone’s child, partner, parent or friend.