Katie Price has been overflowing with messages of help from her superstar companions since getting serious about her assault difficulty.
The television character, 44, will share an understanding of her own difficulties in another Station 4 narrative, Katie Price: Injury and Me, which is set to air on Thursday night.
In front of the transmission, Katie Price made sense of that quite a bit of her injury originates from her being carjacked in South Africa in 2018.
Value, her youngsters, and a film group were trapped by around six hooligans when they were going from Johannesburg late in the evening.
The previous fabulousness model uncovered how she was physically attacked during the unnerving episode, provoking her to look for treatment for post-horrendous pressure problem (PTSD) at The Convent facility in London soon after.
Moved by her story, Katie Price has gotten steady messages from fans and companions the same.
Towie star Yazmin Oukhellou wrote in her Instagram stories: ‘So glad for you @katieprice for emerging with your injury. You have experienced the most and I couldn’t envision going through such a difficulty.
‘Simply realize you are serious areas of strength for so you have this. Sending such a lot of affection.’
Katie Price answered: ‘Thank you kindly @yazminoukhellou can hardly hold back to get up to speed and realize we are dependably there for one another.’
It comes a long time after Value herself sent Oukhellou a genuine message after the truth star was harmed in a fender bender that killed her beau, Jake McLean.
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‘Considering you yaz.. if it’s not too much trouble, keep yaz in your requests this evening,’ Katie Price composed hours after insight about the accident broke in July.
Nicola McLean likewise sent kind words to Katie Price and wrote in her Instagram stories: ‘So horrendous to peruse you went through the most exceedingly awful thing possible @katieprice stay solid ideally in the wake of watching your program individuals will let you be.’
Katie Price answered ‘thank you @nicolamclean30’ with a heart emoticon.
Addressing the Mail Online this week, Katie Price got serious about how the carjacking added to her psychological wellness battles and, surprisingly, left her thinking about self-destruction, making sense of: ‘The experience when I was shooting with ITV in South Africa, we had no security, assuming we had security they would have had the option to manage the six people that hopped us, held me at gunpoint and assaulted me.’
She added: ‘I hit severe depression a couple of years ago, depression on top of PTSD, I was suicidal, didn’t want to be here. I tried to kill myself.
‘I knocked myself out and had black eyes. I had bruises around my neck. I woke up. I didn’t want to be here.’