Katie Price has reportedly been pulled over by police again after her children were spotted without seatbelts.
In February, Katie was banned from driving for three months and given a fine of £1,500 after being found guilty of being in charge of a vehicle while drunk last October.
According to The Sun, the mum-of-five had her driving ban lifted just one week ago and has found herself in trouble with the law again.
A source told the publication: "Katie was stopped by police in Horsham, near her house, on Sunday early evening.
"Cops spotted that Bunny and Jett, who were in the back of the pink Range Rover, weren’t strapped in or in car seats, and pulled her over.
"She was mortified and so was Kris, who was also in the car."
Ent Daily has contacted reps for Katie for comment.
Earlier this year, Katie was banned from driving for three months after being caught nearly twice the legal limit while in charge of the motor vehicle.
At the time, police Constables Benjamin Jones and Balvinder Mann gave evidence in the Bexley Magistrates Court, with PC Jones describing how they saw the car veer off the road and hit a grass verge at 12.40am on 10 October.
Katie was stopped by police in Horsham, near her house, on Sunday early evening.
He explained how they approached the vehicle to find Katie, 41, in the back seat and her boyfriend, Kris Boyson, in the passenger seat.
Katie, and Kris, 30, claimed a "mystery man" was driving and said he had run away after an argument.
Prosecutor Sonya Saul told the court: "The Crown says that Katie Price was clearly in charge of the car while drunk and also had been driving the car before it was stopped while over the limit."
It came after Katie was handed a six-month driving ban in February last year for doing 60mph near her home in Sussex.
Meanwhile, on Wednesday (June 12), Katie posted a photo of herself behind the wheel.
She wrote: "I’m back! Wearing everything from @jyylondon obviously."
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