Jordan in parking space row
London, April 4 (ANI): Katie Price a.k.a Jordan has been quizzed by police about a row over a disabled parking space.
The mum-of-three is believed to have engaged in an argument with an old age pensioner (OPA) over parking in a disabled space at a retail park in Brighton.
Katie was on a shopping trip with new husband Alex Reid and her disabled son Harvey when the man challenged her about her use of the parking space.
Enraged by his accusations, Katie reportedly screamed at the man and even slapped a phone out of his hands when he tried to call the police.
Cops confirmed they had spoken to her and are investigating. The glamour girl now faces the possibility of being charged with common assault.
"The man and his wife went over to Jordan and he started having a go at her about parking in the disabled space," News of the World quoted a source as saying.
"He recognised her immediately and started saying to her, 'Who do you think you are?' She was in no mood to take any nonsense from this guy because for once she was in the right.
"At first she told him, 'Mind your f****** business' but then she saw red when he wouldn't let the issue go. She told him she was entitled to park there because of Harvey, who she is very protective of," the source added.
One onlooker confirmed: "It was incredible. She just went mad and completely lost it. The guy obviously took on more than he bargained for when he had a go at Jordan. She wouldn't let it go and stormed after him into the store. Everyone was just looking on in amazement." (ANI)
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