Katie Price sings on stage during wild night out in bid to ‘cheer up’ after a ‘shocking day’ – The Sun
13th February 2020
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KATIE Price belted out classic dance tracks on a wild night out to cheer her up after her dog was killed by a car.

The 41-year-old went to celeb hotspot Sheesh with a pal and enjoyed Pornstar Martinis and a feast of tasty food.


On her way to the restaurant she wrote on Instagram: "tonight after a shocking day with need in all different ways they say it comes in 3s and certainly did, time to make myself cheer up wit good food and company tonight."

After the meal she took to the stage with resident DJ Lady Roc and sang along to a dance mix.

She wore a black dress and sparkly boots for the Valentine's event and looked to be having a blast.

Last night The Sun Online exclusively revealed Katie was reported to the RSCPA after another of her dogs was killed.



The bankrupt reality star said she was "p****ed" off after her Alsatian Sparkle was hit by a car on the A24 after her escaping her mucky mansion's grounds.

Sparkle is the half-sister of Pricey's other dog Bear – both of whom have escaped from her West Sussex house a number of times.

Last year police rescued them after they escaped and ran out onto the road.

Katie's previous dog Queenie was killed after being hit by a car the year before in an incident the model blamed the driver of the car.

And in 2017 one of Katie's horses was killed after escaping a field at night and being hit by a car.



But with the latest of her pets to die after escaping, outraged fans have now reported her to the RSPCA.

A source said: "Upset fans can't believe this has happened again and have reported her to the RSPCA.

"They have demanded they investigate what's gone on."

Fans have also tagged the RSPCA in posts demanding Katie is banned from keeping any animals.

One wrote: "Pets should be kept in a loving safe home, not constantly left alone by their irresponsible owners, about time @RSPCA_official investigated"

Another said: "Take this on board and get her banned from keeping pets."


For its part the RSPCA encouraged worried individuals to report any concerns they have, tweeting: "If you have concerns over an animal's welfare, please call us on: 0300 1234 999"

Speaking today Katie blamed her neighbours for the dog's death, claiming "something had happened" overnight when she left them in charge while she was away.

She said: "I'm really p***ed off this morning. I've just woken to realise that one of my dogs has been killed on the road.

"I've just checked with the neighbours and everything seems to be how it was when they left the dogs.

"I don't know how they've escaped but, yeah, one of my Alsatians has been hit and killed.

"I was away last night with my PA. I left my neighbours to feed the dogs, cos that's what they do when I'm not there. I lock them away and something's obviously happened in the night."

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