KATIE Price has broken her silence after her drink-drive crash and insists she has taken "full responsibility".

The former glamour model from Brighton "acknowledges and takes full responsibility for her actions" that saw her flip her BMW in a crash near Partridge Green.

The 43-year-old admitted to drink driving while disqualified and without insurance following the accident near her home on the B2135 last month.

As she was seen out for the first time since the crash, her family told the Sunday Mirror: "Kate acknowledges and takes full responsibility for her actions.

"She knows they were wrong and apologises. Kate is deeply loved and she loves her family.

“We are all there for her right now – and her children, who she loves dearly, are giving her strength as a mum.”

Price pleaded guilty to a string of offences at Crawley Magistrates’ Court in September.

She wore a pink jumper as she appeared in the dock before two magistrates.

After being confronted by police at the scene, Price was heard saying “I took drugs, I should not be driving, I admit it all”, the court heard.

She was charged with driving while unfit to drive through drink, using a motor vehicle in a public place without third party insurance and driving while disqualified.

A drugs wipe gave a positive reading for cocaine, prosecutor Debbie Jones said.

An image shared by police from the scene showed her BMW flipped on its side.

Officers responded to the crash at around 6.20am on Tuesday, September 28, where Price was arrested on suspicion of driving while above the legal limit and was taken to hospital.

Defence solicitor Joe Harrington said at the time: “She has had a lot of personal problems recently.

“Currently she is in the process of bankruptcy proceedings so her house may be repossessed.

“So quite a lot going on in this lady’s life, a really difficult period."

Mr Harrington argued that the driving was a “one-off” incident.

He added: “As I understand it she had been drinking, she was lonely and she decided to go and see a friend who lived a relatively short distance away and that is when the incident happened.”

The chairwoman of the bench Julie Hutton handed Price an interim driving ban, warning her: “We regularly send people to prison for driving whilst disqualified.”

Price was told that her sentence would be deferred on the condition that she have treatment at the Priory Centre, not commit any further offences and be banned from driving in the interim.