Katie Price’s sister says she supports her sister through bad times as she hits back at trolls
Katie Price’s sister has stood up to a troll who attacked her for applauding the success of reality star’s latest TV series.
Sophie Price shared shots of the Instagram exchange made beneath a post about her sister’s new Channel 4 series Mucky Mansion which documents Katie’s journey to restore her abandoned Sussex pad into a homely haven.
And although the majority of fans seem to be heaping praise on the show – in which she shares in-expensive decor and style tips – the star is prone to trolls attacking her on the platform.
Sophie shared a string of clapping hands emojis to show support to her sister’s efforts in turning her life around but in a reply to her comment she was accused of ‘enabling’ her sister’s ‘bad behaviour’ – which in recent times has seen her face financial problems and avoid jail for a drink-driving charge.
The mum-of-five has openly admits she’s haunted by bad times in the house which at their worst saw the star spiralling off the rails before a stint in rehab – and she’s now on a mission to revamp as her next stage of her ‘therapy’.
Sophie, who is a blogger and new mum, responded and shared a screen shot on her own instagram showing she’s got her sister’s best interest at heart.
Under the profile the post reads: “mentioned you in a comment: @sophie_pricey stop enabling your sister.”
To which she shot back:”I think you mean supporting my sister…That’s what families do, through good times and bad.”
Other fans of the show gushed with praise for the star – proving the ‘haters’ won’t win as she’s not letting them bring her down.
One posted: “Loving in Katie, back to your best self.”
Another added: “Your doing fab so nice to see, love how genuine you are.”
A third chimed in: “Your doing sooooo well and the house is looking good…Keep going with the positive vibes.”
Katie has previously taken a stand on trolling as the scathing attacks on her disabled son Harvey saw her spearheading the Track A Troll campaign to remove anonymity online, to track down those responsible.
In a previous post on the social media site, she wrote: “I’ve been sent this disgusting, racist mockery-taking video about me and Harvey mocking his disabilities, clearly planned hence the face-painting (sic).
“Does anybody know these disgusting humans as I will be reporting to the police #Harvey’sLaw.”