Katie Price’s recently commissioned BBC documentary Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next has been scrapped in the wake of her car accident, according to reports.
It was announced this month that the broadcaster had ordered a follow-up documentary to the film Katie Price: Harvey and Me, but Katie, 43, entered The Priory on Wednesday for a period of rehabilitation and as a result the film has been “withdrawn.” .
Katie entered the clinic after admitting she crashed her BMW while doubling the drink-driving limit in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Axed: Katie Price’s, 43, recently commissioned BBC documentary Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next has been scrapped in the wake of her car accident under the influence of alcohol, according to reports
Rehab: On Thursday, Katie was pictured in the passenger seat at The Priory rehab after overturning her car near her home in Sussex before dawn after an overnight bend
A source told The sun: ‘Katie had been preparing to film with Harvey for the new BBC documentary, but it has been withdrawn.
“It would have covered Harvey’s first semester at his new school, but without Katie’s bonding, there’s no show.”
They added: “Katie understands of course and hopes there is room in the future to pick up where they left off [but] the BBC will want to wait and see what happens in the future before making any decisions.’
The paper adds that the launch of Little Pricey, Katie and her sister’s new baby brand, will still go ahead as planned for the next two to three weeks.
MailOnline has reached out to Katie’s representatives for comment.
Documentary: In January, Katie Price: Harvey and Me followed the former glamor model and her son Harvey, 19, as they navigate everyday life
In January, Katie Price: Harvey and Me followed the former glamor model and her son Harvey, 19, – who is on the autism spectrum and was born with disabilities, including partial blindness, ADHD and Prader-Willi syndrome – as they go through everyday life. navigate.
It was released to critical acclaim and audiences, racking up over five million viewers in 30 days on iPlayer and becoming the biggest BBC documentary of the period for 16-34 year olds.
Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next is said to have followed Harvey when he left school he attended for ten years, and after a summer with the family, he would begin a challenging and exciting new chapter as a residential student of National Star College, hours of his family.
Growing up: In Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next, cameras would have followed Katie and Harvey for six months of Harvey’s life, which would have seen a huge amount of change as he entered college (graduating school pictured)
Katie overturned her car near her home in Sussex before dawn on Wednesday after using alcohol and cocaine all night.
After being rescued by a local resident, Price was arrested on suspicion of driving above the legal limit for alcohol and drugs – and tested positive for cocaine.
She was threatened with jail time after pleading guilty to three charges in Crawley Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, including driving while intoxicated, driving while disqualified and driving without insurance.
But prosecutors dropped a drink-driving charge in light of her drink-driving plea.
Price could still go to jail if convicted in December, but she checked into the Priory on Thursday. The model does not have a driver’s license after being disqualified for two years in October 2019 – and has been swept off the road a total of six times.
Crash: Katie crashed her BMW while doubling the drink-driving limit in the early hours of Wednesday morning (pictured)
Prison: Katie was threatened with jail time after pleading guilty to three charges of drink-driving, driving while disqualified and driving without insurance (Photo: Katie leaves Crawley Magistrates’ Court in West Sussex under a blanket on Thursday)
The three charges were using a motor vehicle in a public place without third party liability insurance; driving while unable to drive due to drink; and drive while disqualified. Price was taken to hospital but was not seriously injured.
Price was told her sentencing had been postponed by 11 weeks to December 15 so she could receive treatment at The Priory and speak to probation officers.
Bench chair Julie Hutton told her she could leave but warned her not to drive in the meantime, saying, ‘You are free to go and good luck at the Priory.’
Ms Hutton then handed Price a provisional driving ban, warning her: ‘We regularly send people to jail for driving while disqualified.’
Price left the court with a blanket over her head and pink slippers, with her father Paul Price chasing her away in a blue Fiat 500 as she dove into the seat.
Not out of the woods: Price could still go to jail if convicted in December, but she checked into the Priory on Thursday