Katie Price Onlyfans: Katie Price has announced that she will be starting a new OnlyFans account where she will be posting content for her fans. The account will be a “safe space” where she can share images and talk about what is going on in her life. She also said that she will be revealing inside secrets and bearing her soul to her supporters.
Katie was dressed up as a nun for the announcement with expertly applied makeup and wore a sash reading “My body my rules.” She also pinned a badge to her chest.
Her partner Carl Woods was present for the big announcement and was snapped looking on as she shared on her OnlyFans debut. Car dealer Carl kept it casual in a grey and white tracksuit.
OnlyFans, which was launched in June 2017 and became one of the most popular services among female celebrities, has a monthly subscription price of £11 ($14.99) for fans to view her uploads.
In her bio for the site, it reads “The Queen of Glamour is BACK!”Welcome to my OnlyFans page! I can’t wait to show you behind the scenes of my life! Here you will see regular updates, live streams and my all new photoshoots. See you on the other side.”
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— Katie Price (@KatiePrice) January 26, 2022
Me and my team will be online daily and will respond to you as quickly as possible”
Katie Price is a British television personality who has been involved in a number of scandals that have gained her notoriety.
In 2018, Price was arrested for allegedly breaking a restraining order by contacting ex-husband Kieran Hayler’s fiancee Michelle Penticost.
Katie was prohibited from contacting Michelle for a five-year restraining order after she assaulted her during a school playground argument in 2019.
On Friday, Sussex Police announced that Katie had been arrested. They stated, “at 5:45 p.m. on Friday (21 January), police responded to a complaint that a perpetrator had broken their restraining order.”
A woman in her late 40s was detained and is still being held while inquiries continue. “If she is charged and convicted in a Magistrates’ Court, she faces a maximum penalty of six months in jail. A jury trial in the Crown Court for an either-way offense, by contrast, results in a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment.