Katie Price’s children warned her they would never speak to her again if she used cocaine, just six months before she flipped her car with "cocaine in her system".
Katie, who is currently going back to the Priory prior to her deferred court date in December after she crashed her vehicle on Tuesday, has agreed not to have any contact with the outside world via her mobile phone while she recovers.
The model is mum to Junior, 16, and Princess, 14, who she shares with Peter Andre, as well as Jett, 8, and Bunny, 7, with ex-husband Kieran Hayler and Harvey, 18, with Dwight Yorke.
Crawley Magistrates Court heard on Tuesday morning that Katie had "cocaine in her system" at the time of the crash, and she had told police at the scene: "I took drugs, I should not be driving, I admit it all."
A drugs wipe gave a positive reading for cocaine, prosecutor Debbie Jones told the court
After her stay at The Priory at the beginning of the year, Katie vowed to take regular drugs tests to prove she was clean and opened up about her use of cocaine to her children.
She told The Sun: "My kids thought I had lost the plot and was partying. They didn't realise it was me breaking down trying to block things out – they needed to know the truth.
"All the kids say that I am so much better now.
"But they say, 'mum if you ever get back to how you were, we are never going to speak to you again.' I tell them they never have to worry because I wouldn't go back there."
She previously said she had used cocaine in the past to 'block things out' because she 'couldn't see the light at the end of the tunnel' due to her mental health issues.
Katie checked herself into The Priory in October 2020 after "hitting rock bottom".
She told The Mirror last year that she went to The Priory and said: "I don't want to leave here, I want to be an inpatient, help me sort out my head."
Katie later left the facility, but has checked back in less than a year later after she crashed her vehicle.
She is now spending time in the facility and her sentencing following a guilty plea to three charges of drink driving, driving whilst disqualified and driving without insurance, has been deferred.
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