Katie Price has shot back into the public eye with the release of her new book, but it's brought up one important issue for the model turned business-woman. Katie is still awaiting an apology from comedian Frankie Boyle.
The close-to-the-mark comedian previously joked about Katie's disabled son Harvey on his show Tramadol Nights which aired on Channel 4. Both Katie and her ex Peter Andre were left enraged by the funnyman's comments and the former model decided to take legal action whilst also filing a complain to Ofcom. Katie says,
"Of course I still want an apology...He's insulted my son and other people with disabilities. It's easy to try to get a cheap laugh. I believe in karma...I heard he used to work in a care home, which makes me question why he said it. Is it all for show? Is he a decent man really?"
After the show aired, Katie called for chief executive David Abraham to be sacked, as he was responsible for signing the controversial material to be shown. Ofcom upheld the star's complaint but she is yet to receive an apology from Frankie for his remarks.
The reality star tried to get Frankie on her Sky Living show so that the pair could hash things out but her bid was unsuccessful, and she blasted the former Mock The Week star a "shameful mouse".