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'I could destroy him in seconds' Katie Price shock rant on Alex Reid unearthed


TV REGULAR: Audio claiming to be of Katie has appeared online

In a newly-unearthed audio clip, a women who The Sun claim is Katie, can be heard telling a reporter how she will ‘screw Alex up’ unless he shuts up.

The female can also be heard saying: “He doesn’t like the fact I said I could destroy him in seconds and I literally could… if you know what I mean.

“I think Alex Reid better shut up. Don’t you?”

The woman continued to the publication: “He must be obsessed with me. I feel sorry for his girlfriend.


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“He doesn’t like the fact I said I could destroy him in seconds and I literally could”

New Audio

“He must be so obsessed with me and he doesn’t like the fact that I keep saying I could destroy him in seconds and I literally could if you know what I mean.

“Okay? So Alex better shut the f*** up.”

The rant is said to be from October 2017.

A rep for Katie Price declined to comment when contacted by Daily Star Online.

Katie was recently forced to speak out after reports claimed she is investigated for revenge porn.

The Sun claimed she offered to show a clip of the cage fighter to people on the set of ’s Bit On The Side last month.

Taking to Twitter Katie wrote: “I do not have any sexual images of Alex Reid or Roxanne on my phone.

“I have made clear I would never reveal tapes of Alex Reid or Roxanne.

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SPEAKING OUT: Katie Price posted this to her Twitter followers

“I take online bulling and revenge porn seriously. My family have been subjected to such and I have been the victim of revenge porn. I would not do it to someone else.”

in a bid to bring in a law against online bullying.

Speaking on Sky News, the mum-of-five said: “There needs to be more security in place for these online social sites.

“Of course we will allow freedom of speech, but I can’t even say the things on here people say about my son.


NO COMMENT: A rep for Katie declined to comment on the new audio

“There are so many people online who have committed suicide from trolls’ actions.”

She added: “If people know there will be an offence for online trolling it will help stop people doing it.

“Because there is nothing, they don’t care…people get reported and their pages closed down and then they often open up a new account.”

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