“There are a lot of evil people out there. He’ll always live at home. He’s not leaving me,” Price told the newspaper.
This unearthed statement just comes days after Price appeared on Victoria Derbyshire on BBC Two where she said she was considering putting Harvey, now 16, into a residential care home.
She emphasised that this was by no means an easy decision, but that he had become too big for her or her family members to cope with.
“He’s a danger to himself. For the first time ever, I’m thinking he might have to go residential. Monday to Friday,” Price said.
She also said he had smashed windows and iPads out of frustration, and would sometimes scare her other four children:
“He’s missing out on his education, he just wants to be with me all the time. It’s so hard. I’ve never had respite, I do it all myself. But I’m really having to think about it.
“I hate it because he’s my life. I’ve got to do what’s best for him, but it won’t be forever. When he’s smashing things and the kids are a bit scared because he’s big, he’ll chase them and stuff, I’ve just got to do it for him.”
She continued to say that she did everything for him, and carried a bag of medication everywhere, as if he didn’t take them he ‘will literally die.’
“Today, before we came, I had to bath him, wash him, because he can’t do it himself, I had to dress him. ‘Literally I do everything for you, don’t I. You’re like the king.'”
“He wets the bed twice a night. He needs all these meds here to survive, if he doesn’t have these he will literally die.”
The former glamour model is also campaigning for ‘Harvey’s Law,’ a law which would make online bullying and trolling a criminal offence.
Last week Price said she would like to adopt a Nigerian baby after meeting a woman in a nail salon that worked with a Nigerian orphanage.