KATIE Price has arrived at court ahead for her case against a man who is accused of posting a racist video of her disabled son Harvey.

The former glamour model will give evidence after police charged a 52-year-old man over the footage.

The video, which was widely circulated on social media, showed two people appearing to mock Katie and Harvey Price, with one of the people filmed using blackface.

Ten hours after the video was posted, police arrested the defendant.

Philip Lewer, 52, was detained on suspicion of sending by public communication network an offensive/indecent/obscene/menacing message.

He allegedly shared the footage after it was posted by another person. He appeared in court this morning as Price took to the witness box.

Ahead of the hearing at Hastings Magistrates' Court, Katie took to Instagram to share a photo of her on her way to the venue.

Alongside her fiance Carl Woods, she posted for photographs outside the building as they both wore anti-trolling t-shirts.

After being made aware of the clip in November, Katie took to Instagram to try and track down those responsible.

In a post on the social media site, she wrote: "Words cannot describe how upset I am, this is so cruel. These people need reporting."

Katie appeared before MPs last summer to discuss the internet trolling targeted at Harvey.

This was linked to the 42-year-old's campaign for a new law, which she has dubbed “Harvey’s Law”, to make online abuse a specific offence and to create a register of offenders.