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Katie Price’s Rapist Give Hope To Women

by | 16th, September 2009

7783208KATIE Price is cradling Junior Andre on the cover of OK!.

MY RAPIST IS A VERY FAMOUS CELEBRITY,” says Katie. OK! promises a “shocking interview and pictures.”

There is something about the headline that suggests being raped by a celebrity is better than being raped by a run-off-the-mill rapist, and that a famous celebrity is even better.

In refuges now are abused women bemoaning their dumb luck that their rapist was a workshy boyfriend who couldn’t even be bothered to appear on The Jeremy Kyle Show. What a bastard.

Inside OK!, and Katie is surrounded by her three kidzzz. The “model mum”, who stretched the mould, is sat in a floral wigwam like Mini Ha-Ha, or a Jordan might out it Nunny Ha-Ha.

She gathers herself:

“A famous celebrity raped me and Peter knows who it was. It was years ago before I was with Pete, and my fiends and family knew about it at the time.”

Katie, who has already told us, “I love it because OK! do straight question and answers – fire away”, is asked who her rapist was? She replies:

“Next question. I don’t want to go down that road. I don’t want to talk about this ever again.”

And so a rapist goes free. Perhaps he (?) will go on to rape again, and someone else will be able to tell their mates how a famous celebrity attacked them?

As for Katie sending Pete texts saying she loved him?
KP: “I haven’t sent him any texts like that for absolutely ages.”

And what of her drinking champagne to celebrate her divorce?

Katie Price celebrated her ‘quickie’ divorce from Peter Andre yesterday with a glass of pink champagne. The glamour model toasted the end of her marriage at her Surrey home along with her mother Amy after a judge granted the decree nisi in a 42-second hearing at the High Court.

You can read about the missing 18 seconds of that annulled divorce here.

KP: “I didn’t have any alcohol whatsoever that day.”

And so the claims and denials and claims and denial go on. Says Katie:

“It’s a shame because we used to work. We were like a battery – he was positive and I was negative but now we are dud. The battery is dead.”

But with little turn you can squeeze some more life from it…



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