Katie Price flashes a smile while shopping while completing community service

katie price flashed a smile as he shopped for groceries in Horsham, West Sussex on Thursday, after completing community service following a DUI conviction for flipping his car last year.

The former glamor model, 44, was ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work after flipping her BMW onto a country lane near her West Sussex home on September 28 last year.

Katie also received a 16-week suspended prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, and a two-year driving ban following a sentence at Crawley Magistrates’ Court in December.

Casual: Katie Price flashed a smile as she picked up groceries in Horsham, West Sussex on Thursday after completing community service following a drunk driving conviction

Casual: Katie Price flashed a smile as she picked up groceries in Horsham, West Sussex on Thursday after completing community service following a drunk driving conviction

While Katie completed her community service for her conviction, she has now been warned that she faces up to five years in prison for a separate offense, after she admitted to violating a restraining order against her ex-husband’s fiancée in a text message accusing them. to have an affair.

Katie stepped out in black sweatpants and a dark blue hoodie, which she teamed with a pair of white sneakers.

The mother of five carried her belongings in a black cross body bag, while also clutching a Tesco plastic shopping bag filled with purchases.

Katie sported a very tanned, heavily made-up look and wore her extremely long waist-length platinum blonde hair extensions.

Outing: The mother-of-five carried her belongings in a black crossbody bag, while also clutching a Tesco plastic shopping bag filled with purchases

Outing: The mother-of-five carried her belongings in a black crossbody bag, while also clutching a Tesco plastic shopping bag filled with purchases

Chilled out: Katie stepped out in black sweatpants and a dark blue hoodie, which she teamed with a pair of white sneakers

Groceries: Kept it casual while out shopping.

Chilled out: Katie stepped out in black sweatpants and a dark blue hoodie, which she teamed with a pair of white sneakers

Smiling: He seemed to be in good spirits as he left Horsham Matters, a Christian charity.

Smiling: He seemed to be in good spirits as he left Horsham Matters, a Christian charity.

According to its website, Horsham Matters is a Christian charity that aims to alleviate hardship by providing essential services such as food, fuel and shelter.

The organization has a crisis support service for people in need of essential items, along with a food bank and budget support.

They also offer counseling services for food bank clients and run an overnight winter shelter.

MailOnline has previously contacted Horsham Matters for comment on Katie’s community service.

Katie’s community service comes after she was warned she faces up to five years in prison after admitting she violated a restraining order against her ex-husband’s fiancée in a text message accusing them of having an affair.

Charity: The organization runs a crisis support service for people in need of essential items, along with a food bank and budget support.

Groceries: Katie was carrying a bag that appeared to be full of potatoes when she left the location.

Groceries: Katie was carrying a bag that appeared to be full of potatoes when she left the location.

Shop: Came out of Horsham Matters, a Christian charity that aims to ease hardship by providing essential services like food, fuel and shelter.

Shop: Came out of Horsham Matters, a Christian charity that aims to ease hardship by providing essential services like food, fuel and shelter.

Locks: She wore her extremely long platinum blonde hair extensions down to her waist.

Look: Katie wore a very tanned look and a lot of makeup

Look: Katie sported a very tanned, heavy makeup look and wore her extremely waist-length platinum blonde hair extensions.

Community service: Katie was ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work after flipping her BMW onto a country road near her home in West Sussex on September 28 last year.

Community service: Katie was ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work after flipping her BMW onto a country road near her home in West Sussex on September 28 last year.

The former glamor model messaged Kieran Hayler calling her new partner Michelle Penticost a ‘gutter sl*g’ in a message that read: ‘Tell your fucking girlfriend not to start with me. ‘

Katie has admitted breaking the 2019 ban on contacting Miss Penticost, in an extraordinary U-turn after previously denying it.

In Lewes Crown Court on Wednesday, the reality star pleaded guilty to breaching the restraining order on January 21 this year.

She was supported by her fiancé, reality TV star Carl Woods, 33, who held her hand tightly as he led her into the court building before being seated in the public gallery for the hearing.

Outing: Katie kept it comfortable in a pair of white and gold sneakers to complete her casual ensemble

Pickup: He was carrying a Tesco bag full of food.

Outing: Katie kept it comfortable in a pair of white and gold sneakers to complete her casual ensemble

Court: Elsewhere, she has been warned she faces up to five years in jail after admitting in a text message that she violated a restraining order against her ex-husband Kieran Hayler's fiancée, Michelle Penticost.

Court: Elsewhere, she has been warned she faces up to five years in jail after admitting in a text message that she violated a restraining order against her ex-husband Kieran Hayler’s fiancée, Michelle Penticost.

Admission: Katie has admitted flouting a 2019 ban on contacting Miss Penticost, in an extraordinary U-turn after previously denying it

Text: The former glamor model sent Kieran Hayler a message calling her new partner Michelle Penticost a 'gutter sl*g' in a message

Admission: Katie has admitted flouting a 2019 ban on contacting Miss Penticost, in an extraordinary U-turn after previously denying it

When asked how she pleaded guilty to a single count of breach of order, Katie replied, “Guilty.”

Nicholas Hamblin, defense attorney, told the court that the case against him was based on the two words ‘tell your…’, which were an indirect message to Michelle.

He said he would place a large amount of personal information about Katie in front of the court as part of her mitigation.

Judge Stephen Mooney warned the glamorous model that she risks an immediate prison sentence, with the offense carrying a maximum sentence of up to five years in prison. He was held on bond until sentencing on June 24.

Ban: Katie also received a 16-week suspended prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, and a two-year driving ban following a sentence at Crawley Magistrates Court in December.

Ban: Katie also received a 16-week suspended prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, and a two-year driving ban following a sentence at Crawley Magistrates Court in December.

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