KATIE PRICE will reportedly demand talks with Twitter and Facebook bosses in an attempt to introduce a law a new law against online trolls.

Last week, a man was arrested after a video was posted online showing two people impersonating Katie and her son Harvey.

She is set to demand talks with social media giants Twitter and Facebook as she steps up her bid to get "Harvey's Law" introduced.

The former glamour model wants to "clean up the internet," according to a newspaper report.

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A friend told The Sun: “Katie has seen first hand the pain and devastation trolls do, at times they have pushed her to the brink but she will never let them win.

“She’d like to sit down with the people in charge of these sites and put pressure on them to do more to protect. people.

"Katie is deadly serious about this campaign and bringing about change."

Last year the House of Commons Petitions Committee ruled current laws are not fit for purpose when it came to online trolls.

Katie Price launched Harvey’s Law in March 2017, opening an online petition to make online abuse a crime.

Last week, police arrested a 52-year-old man on suspicion of sending an offensive, indecent, obscene or menacing message.