FORMER glamour model Katie Price may have broken the law AGAIN by recording herself on her mobile phone while driving.
The 41-year-old uploaded an Instagram story on Monday where she filmed herself behind the wheel.
The short video clip was filmed with her holding the camera and focusing it on her face before switching to her dog on the passenger seat with the caption “me and my loyal man who never lets me down”, with two love hearts.
The mum-of-five appears to be in a 4×4. The dog’s head is hanging out the window while she records the clip, which lasts just a few seconds.
Wing mirrors at the front of the moving vehicle can clearly be seen in the footage, showing she is in the front seat.
Katie – who The Sun on Sunday revealed had claimed cops uncovered a sinister plot to kidnap her – posted the story on Monday night.
A source said: “It’s an absolute disgrace. Shame her now.”
A spokesman for Price told The Sun: “I won’t be able to provide a comment for this I’m afraid.”
At the end of last month she snubbed a court appearance where she faced another road ban.
She was represented by a lawyer – but neither seemed to realise she faced a ban.
She admitted by post failing to give information about the driver of a vehicle in November.
That could see six points put on her licence as she already has six from a conviction in June.
Paul Macaulay told Bromley magistrates’ court in South London: “I was entirely unaware of the last six points.
“I suspect she must be as well. She is now going to have to argue exceptional hardship.”
In February, the former I’m A Celeb star was convicted of being nearly twice the legal limit while in charge of her pink Range Rover.
She argued she was not in control of the 4×4 when she was arrested in a drunken state in the back seat in Greenwich in October 2018.
She was banned then for three months.
A charge of drink-driving was dropped due to insufficient evidence.
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The three-month driving ban came after another from earlier this year for driving while disqualified, Bexley Magistrates’ Court heard.
Katie – formerly known as Jordan – wrongly believed an earlier road ban for speeding had expired.
She had not contacted the DVLA to reinstate her licence because she was “not the best” at paperwork, Crawley Magistrates’ Court heard.
Price was disqualified for a further three months and fined £1,100.
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