You'd think Katie Price would've had enough of being in court, but she's risked more legal action, after posting an Instagram video breaking rules.
The former glamour model took to social media as she left Crawley Magistrates Court on Wednesday, following her guilty plea for driving while disqualified.
After her second court appearance of the week, the 40-year-old mum-of-five shared a video through the window, of paps waiting outside for her, asking: "Is this necessary?"
But - as pointed out by The Mirror - it is an offence to take photographs inside any part of a court building.
The paper spoke to legal expert David Banks who confirmed: "Taking a photograph anywhere in a court building without permission is an offence under Section 41, Criminal Justice Act 1925, and the penalty is usually a fine of up to £1,000.
Taking a photograph anywhere in a court building without permission is an offence.
"We are seeing lots more prosecutions for this offence nowadays because so many people take their mobiles into court with them and can't resist the 'court selfie' - even though courts have signs up everywhere telling people it's a criminal offence.
"You could argue that this picture taken by Ms Price is not as bad, because it is not in the actual courtroom, but nevertheless it is technically a breach of the law."
The reality star - who is mum to Harvey, 16, Junior, 13, Princess, 11, Jett, five, and four-year-old Bunny - was in court where she admitted illegally getting behind the wheel with two of her children in tow.
It followed a six-month ban for speeding last February, when she was caught doing 60mph near her home in Sussex.
Katie handed herself into police last July after she was photographed driving from Gatwick airport with her two youngest children in the back of her car, two weeks before her ban was to be lifted.
In an Instagram statement at the time, Katie claimed she'd got confused and thought her ban had ended.
She said: "Been on such an emotional rollercoaster the last 6 months and my head has been all over the place, so much so, that I thought my driving ban was up.
"After driving to Harvey's Hospital appointment I have NOW found out that I don't get my license back until 8th August [sic].
"With this on my conscience I called the police and reported myself. I've come such a long way and just want easy life now. I have got out of a hole and am finally happy and looking forward to being my old independent self."
Her court appearance comes just two days after she attended a hearing at Bromley Magistrates' Court where she pleaded not guilty to drink driving.
District Judge Nigel Dean granted Katie bail until she appears at Bexley Magistrates Court on 25 February.
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