Katie Price has told how she was abused in a supermarket, with someone calling her a “s***”.
The TV star said she was "fuming" after the incident, which took place in front of two of her five children.
Opening up on her podcast The Katie Price Show, she told fans that she had been “minding my own business” in Tesco with her daughters Bunny, eight, and 16-year-old Princess when a woman yelled the slur at her.
“I walked past these two girls with their young kid and one shouted out, ‘You're a s***!'" she said.
The star’s sister Sophie, who she does the podcast with, was stunned, asking: “Really?
"Even nowadays people are still doing that?”
Katie confirmed the person used the term, and went on: “And I turned around and I said, ‘Excuse me? What did you say?'
"I said, 'You don't even f****** know me. Come here and say it to my face then’.”
The Mucky Mansion star, 45, revealed she was furious about the whole thing, particularly given that it took place with some of her children present.
She told listeners: “I said, 'How dare you say that when I have got kids here? You don't know nothing about me. You've got no right to call me a s***. You don't even know me'."
Katie shares daughter Bunny and son Jett, nine, with her ex Kieran Hayler.
The star has Princess and son Junior, 18, with her former husband Peter Andre and 21-year-old son Harvey with her former flame Dwight Yorke.
She recently shared that she sometimes feels anxious when she goes out with her children because some people “think they can use and abuse you”.
"I get really nervous at the minute when I go out, because I know people stare," she said on her podcast.
"It just sometimes gets me a bit, 'On no, what's going to happen?'"
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