Katie Price has reportedly walked out of rehab, less than 24 hours after being admitted to the residential facility.
The mother-of-five started a month-long outpatient rehab stint in September, but this week she apparently checked in for a full-time 28-day stay.
According to The Sun, she stayed a few hours before supposedly storming out and being collected by her ex-boyfriend, Kris Boyson.
A source told the publication: “Katie walked out at 4 o’clock this afternoon and she was picked up by Kris.
“Her friends are really worried about her as this was her last chance.”
ED! has contacted Katie’s reps for comment.
Katie has been seeking treatment in rehab for post-traumatic stress disorder.
She sought help after a difficult year that included mum Amy being diagnosed with a terminal lung condition, her marriage to third husband Kieran breaking down, and a romance with Kris ending.
Katie was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday morning after her pink Range Rover was found with signs of damage while stopped on a street in South East London.
It was claimed Katie had earlier attended Kris’ birthday party.
According to The Sun, Metropolitan Police confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that Katie was released under investigation shortly after Kris was pictured at Plumstead Station in South London.
A Met Police spokesman had previously said: “At approximately 2am British Transport Police officers came across a car showing signs of damage stationary at the roadside in Shooters Hill Road, Woolwich.
“A 40-year-old woman who was inside the car was arrested on suspicion of drink driving. She was taken to a south London police station where she remains.”
Hours after her arrest, it was reported that Katie had rekindled her romance with Kris, with a source claiming Katie “now knows how good he is for her”.
However, the former glamour model’s rep insisted to The Sun that Katie is “not back together with Kris”.
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