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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Katie Price's blackmailers have allegedly told her to hand over £50,000 to them otherwise they will hunt down her disabled 15-year-old son Harvey and "slash him"

    The 39-year-old former glamour model has been forced to cancel her live tour and re-schedule it for next year after an anonymous email was sent to her management company threatening to "do stuff" to the teenager, who was born with Prader-Willi syndrome' (PWS), a rare genetic condition that causes a wide range of medical problems


    Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Thursday (09.11.17), she said: "I've had to move my tour until next year because I've had a threat - and the investigation is still ongoing - for £50,000 these people want me to give them and if I don't give the cash, they're going to find Harvey, slash him and they're going to do stuff to him."

    Following the frightening threat, the brunette beauty has decided to beef up her security because this isn't the first time she's received threats regarding her children.

    Katie - who also has Junior, 12, Princess, 10, Jett, four, and Bunny, three - explained: "I'm not allowed to make a comment but the police are taking it seriously because I've received three kidnap threats before. Things are under control."

    Katie has had somewhat of a rough year as over the past two months she's suffered a miscarriage, caught her husband Kieran Hayler cheating on her with her nanny and discovered her mother Amy Price has a terminal lung condition and doctors don't expect her to live longer than five years.

    She said: "It's sad. All I can say is the past two months I've had a miscarriage, found out Kieran was cheating, found out my mum's seriously ill and Harvey's now had a threat."

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