Katie Price's Mucky Mansion show WILL air on Channel 4 this week despite latest arrest

CHANNEL 4 is going ahead with plans to air Katie Price's Mucky Mansion show this week – despite her latest arrest.

The mum-of-five has filmed a TV series documenting her efforts to renovate her dilapidated Sussex home after years of neglect and disasters including a fire and break-ins.

It's set to play out less than a week after she was arrested at the 'Mucky Mansion' on Friday night.

The 43-year-old is facing five years in jail for allegedly sending a "gutter s**g" text to her ex Kieran Hayler about his fiancée.

A Channel 4 spokesman told The Mirror: “At 5.45pm on Friday (21 January) police responded to a report that a suspect had breached their restraining order.

“Officers arrested a woman in her 40s who remains in custody while enquiries are ongoing."

Katie spent 12 hours in police custody for potentially breaching a court-imposed ban.

Breaking her silence after the arrest, Katie wrote on Instagram: "I still have my sparkle and drive.

"Looking forward to this week. Big announcement, so excited."

Close sources said the text allegedly branded Michelle a “c***ing w***e piece of s***” and a “gutter s**g.”

The Sun today revealed that Katie's family urged her to seek help at the Priory in the weeks leading up to her arrest.

A friend said those close to the former glamour model were worried about her behaviour, which they claim had become increasingly erratic.

Katie could face a maximum sentence of five years in prison if charged and convicted.

She is already on a 16-week suspended sentence for drink driving after she flipped her BMW in a horror smash in September.

A person can be recalled to prison for the length of their suspended sentence if they were to breach the terms of their licence.

Usually a court will focus on the new crime that has been committed when sentencing and take the original term into consideration as an aggravating feature.

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In this case, Katie could be jailed for five years with the 16 weeks running concurrently or potentially on top of the main sentence.

Katie was slapped with the five-year order in 2019 after she called Michelle a "f***ing c***" during a foul-mouth tirade at the school gates.

She was forbidden from contacting Michelle "directly or indirectly".

At the time Katie described the court drama as "exaggerated nonsense" and wasn't sorry because she "didn't do anything that bad".

But she pleaded guilty to using threatening and abusive words or behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress at Horsham Magistrates Court.

The arrest is the latest twist in the troubled star's turbulent life.

Just last month, Katie avoided jail for flipping her car in a drink-drive crash.

A judge slammed her for believing she is "above the law" but couldn't send her to prison because of a legal loophole.

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