Katie Price’s next role could be to bag old clothes at a charity shop or help out at home for the elderly.
43 years old Ordered to do 100 hours unpaid Community work as part of his sentence for drunken driving and disqualification.
And it can also be put to work in a park like a garbage disposal jacket or painting a fence.
The model turned reality TV star will now meet the community payback supervisor and discuss how she will repay her debt to the society once she ends up in court.
She may join a community service work gang that is clearing graffiti, painting a fence or clearing out the trash.
It is for the probation service to decide the role to be assigned to the offenders.
A source from the Probation Service revealed last night: “Katie and her legal team could argue that because she is in the public eye, she should be given a job behind the scenes or behind the scenes.
“They may well say that because of her public profile she will attract unwanted attention but the community service order is part of her sentence, so it is not up to her or her lawyers. They can only represent.”
The actions of defendants doing unpaid work include sorting out bags of clothing donated by the public to charity shops such as Age UK, Cancer Research or Samaritans.
And they are often damp and smelly after being dropped at stores and collection points.
Organizations such as older people’s homes and community centers and councils can also apply for defendants to perform unpaid work.
Katie was sentenced 16 weeks, suspended for 12 months, 100 hours of unpaid work, 20 sessions of rehabilitation work with probation and a two-year driving ban.
she will too pay £213 in cost, The court was told that he already owed the court £7,358.
In court, District Judge Amanda Kelly told Starr: “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 The actions were “incredibly selfish”.
She 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.
At the scene she told the police: “I took drugs, I shouldn’t drive, I accept it all”.