Katie Price’s ex-husband Kieran Heller says he has ‘a lot to prove’ to his two children after escaping prison for a drink drive accident.
The 43-year-old who shares Jett, eight, and Bunny, seven, with Kieran, was yesterday Sentenced to 16 weeks in suspended prison, 100 hours of unpaid community service and a two-year driving ban after flipping a BMW on the country lane in September.
In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Kieran, 34, revealed that he wants Katie to move on, change her life and be a great mother to her kids.
He added: “Kate has to understand that what she has done is wrong and that there are consequences for her actions.
“We both have to bring up our kids as parents to learn that they shouldn’t break the law and that if they break the law, it’s the law and there are consequences.”
He added: “I think she’s changing her life and I hope she can, I really do. I’m not here to kill Kate, I just want her to be the best for the kids.” Become a mother
“All Katie can be is the best version of herself when she’s around them.”
In court, District Judge Amanda Kelly told Katie: “Not everyone unlike you has the luxury of putting themselves in a priory clinic when their life gets tough”, Katie’s driving record was “absolutely appalling” and her actions were “incredibly”. Selfish”.
He said: “You showed no concern for others when you decided to get behind the wheel that night.
“You could have killed someone. Your actions meant that the emergency services had to waste their precious time.
“You knowingly and knowingly violated a court order and not for the first time.
“You think you’re above the law.”
But she explained that the reason Katie escape from jail This was because at an earlier hearing, Starr was told that sentencing would be postponed on the understanding that she attended The Priory, a rehab facility for treatment and no further crimes.
He pleaded guilty to the charges on September 29, a day after crashing his Range Rover on a B2135 near Partridge Green.
This morning Katie issued a raucous apology to fans, saying: “I’m grateful no one was hurt”.
She wrote on Instagram: “I want to thank my family – my kids, my dad, sister, brother, my partner Carl, Leigh and my friends who have supported me over the past few months.
“It’s been a really difficult time and I’m incredibly sorry for my actions.
“I am sincerely grateful that no one was hurt.
“I realize that my actions could have harmed not only the other family, but my own family as well.
“I am now spending time getting better. Mental health is a hidden disease and can strike at any time.
“The triggers that cause my anxiety and behavior are something I’m trying to figure out, come to terms with and learn to control moving forward.
“It will be a long process for me and I will continue to work for the rest of my life.
“It’s also something I can work on with my family so that we can move on to a new chapter together.
“Thank you for all the messages of goodwill I have received. I am going to surround myself with my dear family and friends and continue to do things that I love because it brings me joy and helps with my mental health.” .
“Thanks to all of you.”