Katie Price has threatened police action after a man mocked her disabled son Harvey in a video online.
The mum-of-five shared the footage to her Instagram Stories and called it “disgusting”, adding that it has made her “upset”.
The video shows a woman playing Katie, 42, while her partner plays 18-year-old Harvey.
The woman says: “If someone says something horrible to Harvey, what do we say?”
The man, who is wearing face paint, replies: “Hello you [bleep],” which referenced the moment Harvey swore during an appearance on Loose Women in 2016.
After the offensive video circulated on Twitter, Katie hit out on Instagram.
She wrote: “I’ve been sent this disgusting racist mockery [bleep] taking video about me and Harvey mocking his disabilities.
Katie Price hits back at trolls
“Clearly planned hence the face painting! Does anybody know these disgusting humans as I will be reporting this to the police.
“Words cannot describe how upset I am this is so cruel. These people need reporting.”
Harvey has Prader-Willi syndrome, is autistic and partially blind.
Katie has been campaigning for ‘Harvey’s Law’, in which she called for the government to make online abuse a criminal offence.
Last year, Harvey started staying at a residential facility as Katie said she was struggling to cope.
She told Victoria Derbyshire on BBC Two: “It’s so hard. I’ve never had respite, I do it all myself. But I’m really having to think about it. I hate it because he’s my life.
Words cannot describe how upset I am this is so cruel.
“I’ve got to do what’s best for him, but it won’t be forever.
“When he’s smashing things and the kids are a bit scared because he’s big, he’ll chase them and stuff, I’ve just got to do it for him.”
She added: “Literally I do everything for you, don’t I. You’re like the king.
“He wets the bed twice a night. He needs all these meds here to survive, if he doesn’t have these he will literally die.”