Katie Price says she has had regular visits from the police to confirm she is abiding by lockdown restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.
The reality TV star – who lives in Tier 2 Surrey – believes she is being reported due to her posts on social media.
Price, 42, told The Sun: "The police must know – we have had the police knocking at our door more times than we have had hot dinners.”
She added: "People keep saying... because you know when they see Instagram and stuff, YouTube, stuff we filmed stuff ages ago and we put it on... people say there's people in the house.
"We have had the same police officers. I say: ‘Why do you believe everyone who rings you up?’
"There are obviously neighbours or something that have got it in for me."
The mother-of-five insisted she was doing everything she could to limit the spread of COVID-19, and said her eldest son Harvey and her mother are both categorised as high-risk.
Price said of Harvey: "Because he is a big boy you can just hear him breathing. Even if he gets a cold that is bad. If he gets COVID it would probably finish him off.
"That is not a joke. So we are really, really, really careful."
Harvey, 18, has Prader-Willi syndrome, which causes obesity, and is 29 stone.
Price’s mother Amy suffers from incurable lung disease and idiophatic pulmonary fibrosis, and is shielding.
She has been using a wheelchair but is now walking again.
Price recently enjoyed a holiday to the Maldives with her boyfriend Carl Woods and said they self-isolated afterwards.
Price’s other children are son Junior, 14, and daughter Princess, 13, from her marriage to first husband Peter Andre, and son Jett, 7, and Bunny, 6, with third husband Kieran Hayler.
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