Katie Price completes 100 hours of community service following car crash

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Katie Price has completed her court-ordered community service following her car crash last year.

The former glamour model was slapped with a suspended prison sentence and driving ban and ordered to complete 100 hours of community service after she crashed her car while drunk-driving and driving while disqualified in September.

On Thursday, Katie announced on her Instagram Stories that she had completed her community service at Horsham Matters, a charity which provides food, shelter and fuel for vulnerable residents.

The 44-year-old added that she enjoyed the experience so much she plans to continue as an official volunteer.

"So happy I’ve completed my 100 hours community service @horshammatters_," she began. "What a fantastic place been so good to be treated as a real person not a product, not judged and they met the real person I am not what I’m betrayed (sic) to be!

"I love it that much my mental health has benefitted too. I am now officially going to be a volunteer and continue weekly helping the community and being part of a fantastic team. Thanks for having me."

Katie posted the message days after she appeared at Lewes Crown Court and pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order by sending an abusive message to her ex-husband Kieran Hayler about his fiancée Michelle Penticost.

Judge Stephen Mooney warned her that she runs the risk of going to prison for committing the offence while on her suspended sentence.

She will be sentenced in June.

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