Despite becoming the subject of a police review following a tweet calling for a “final solution” after the Manchester bombing this year, it would appear Katie still likes to stir the pot.
Katie was also unceromoniusly axed from her gig at LBC radio back in May following the post.
Now, the 42-year-old rent-a-gob has ruffled feathers once again for seemingly mocking Muslim women after Apple revealed their new iPhone X during their Keynote at the new Steve Jobs Theatre on Tuesday evening.
Apple have replaced the traditional home button on their mobile devices which features Touch ID with a new feature, Face ID.
The system allows your face to act as a password, which will be biometric security technology its biggest test yet.
In theory, new iPhone X Face ID simply requires you to look at your phone and it will recognise you almost install to unlock itself.
Apple exec Phil Schiller explained at the event: “With the iPhone X, your iPhone is locked until you look at it and it recognizes you. Nothing has ever been more simple, natural, and effortless.
“This is the future of how we’ll unlock our smartphones and protect our sensitive information.”
However, Katie took to Twitter after the event to use the new technology as a way to once again spark debate – or as her account would claim “have conversations that matter”.
“Hey, beautiful ladies. What do you think of #iPhoneX #FaceID?”
Katie shared a picture of six Muslim women wearing the traditional Hijab, and asked: “Hey, beautiful ladies. What do you think of #iPhoneX #FaceID?”
The former Apprentice star also pinned the tweet to the top of her Twitter account.
Of course, her cutting tweet did not go unnoticed, and the star has faced a huge backlash.
One disgruntled follower bit back: “This is messed up and not even funny.”
A second chimed in: “Wearing a burka or hijab is an expression of religion. To attempt to humiliate women simply for choosing to express their religion is vile.”
Another pointed out that both the post and a number of replies were “ignorant”, adding: “So much ignorance in one place… fitting that it is here.”
A fourth simply replied: “You are part of the problem, not the solution.”
Someone else tried to give Katie a taste of her own medicine, by replying with this comment and adding a picture of a donkey: “I think they they like the #iPhoneX, but how are you going to manage unlocking your phone everyday when you look like this.”
Other users shared pictures of Katie in hospital with a bloodied face, a picture which she shared after falling during an epileptic fit.
However, there were some followers that somehow appeared to take Katie’s comment as joke, with one replying: “This is genius Katie.”
While another wrote: “The second from the left looks hot.”
The shocking tweet has been retweeted over 8,300 times and liked by 17,000 users.
Daily Star Online has contacted both Apple and The Muslim Council of Britain and is awaiting comment.