A week after Loose Women panellist Katie Price revealed an excruciating sexual experience with a married man, the mystery lover has now been revealed, according to a report in The Sun on Sunday.
Pricey had revealed in her new autobiography that he was “like a cordless drill” in bed… and there had been much speculation as to who it was.
The tabloid has now ‘outed’ her ex-lover as former Liverpool footballer, John Arne Riise.
The alleged affair took place in 2011, around the time Katie was involved with one-time fiance Leandro Penna.
Pricey now believes enough water has gone under the bridge to be able to reveal details of the affair in her explosive new book. She had only called him Mr. X but his name is now, seemingly, out there.
An insider told The Sun on Sunday: “John Arne Riise is Katie’s mystery Mr X.
“He had always fancied Katie and jumped at the chance to be introduced to her.
“She took more persuading as he really wasn’t her type but after a while they started hooking up for a few months.
“It fizzled out and she thought it was finally time to talk all about it in her book — and she’s doesn’t have too many complimentary things to say about his moves in the bedroom.”
Katie says she believed Mr X. was single when they started texting each other.
It was only after they started meeting that the former model realised he was still going through a divorce.
She claims that when they were together, he would spend time moaning about his wife before slipping under the covers.
This seems to be where it all went a bit awry, as Pricey was very uncomplimentary about their steamy romps.
She wrote: “Instead of handling me like a gently and passionately like most women want, he was like a cordless drill on a multi-speed setting!
“He reminded me of a red Bosch that I have in my garage. Bang… bang… bang, bang, bang.”
Who said that romance was dead?
During their four-month affair, Katie found out that he was having liaisons with other women and decided to cut him loose.
She wrote: “Suddenly, all trust I’d put in Mr X melted away.
“If he can do that to me, I thought, maybe he isn’t divorcing his wife. Maybe he is just a player.”