Katie Price Fears Plot to Kidnap Her Kids

Katie Price Fears Plot to Kidnap Her Kids

One of the most sensuous models, Katie Price has again succeeded in grabbing public attention as she notified to acknowledge a hidden tracking device on her Range Rover during this week. Prior to this, the 33-year-old model was on front page of a number of newspapers while she was observed victim of a bank fraud earlier this year. Afterwards, she started dating her boyfriend and then had an involvement in a deadly car crash with Penna in Argentina.

"Something like this has been my worst fear for months", she said. "Earlier this year the police got in touch and warned me to beef up security because of fears about kidnappings", she added further, while appearing for an interview with media persons. In addition, the beautiful model also claimed to receive a kidnap threat at the start of the year and expressed anxiety that both the incidents may have an association.

The array of unfortunate incidents has frustrated the lady as she had tagged the year as a dreadful year. She also expressed disappointment that previously she had ignored the threats. While briefing the dramatic episode, Katie Price shared all her frightening experience and claimed that she felt extremely sick physically and wanted to reach her children soon as she heard about the tracking device on Tuesday Morning.

Besides this, the model also pinpointed that her car was serviced last time on August 16 and expressed doubts that somebody has attempted to tract her since then. Sources have confirmed that while performing a routine check, a mechanic apparently identified the hidden GPS device under her pink Range Rover earlier this week. Katie Price has raised major concerns over the safety of her kids.


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