Travellers park caravans near Katie Price's home - and say she's an antisocial neighbour

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Travellers park caravans near Katie Price's home - and say she's an antisocial neighbour


A convoy of travellers, who have parked their five caravans on a West Sussex road near Katie Price's home, have accused the former glamour model of being an anti-social neighbour.

According to the Sunday Mirror, the travellers have complained that Katie drives too fast in her hot pink Range Rover - and it scares their animals.

One traveller, who goes by the name Ben van Dweller, told The Mirror: "It was difficult to estimate her speed but it was fast. It seemed anti-social.

"We've got two dogs here and horses use the path up the road. It's lucky one didn't step out."

The travellers also believe that Katie has complained about them to the local council.

However, Katie's driving won't be an issue for much longer as a council spokesperson told The Mirror that a court summons had been served on the group as they were obstructing the highway.

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