Katie Price may face another driving ban as her Range Rover was seized by the police.

She was pulled over by officers less than ten miles from her home in Sussex shortly before 6pm on Friday.

She was reportedly driving with her son Harvey, aged 21, after leaving a hair salon when she was ordered to stop by an unmarked police car.

A recovery truck was called to haul away her 2010 bronze Range Rover, while Katie and Harvey were picked up by a friend, according to The Sun. 

This comes just weeks after being allowed back on the roads after receiving her sixth driving ban in April.

A Sussex Police spokesman said: "Officers responded to a report of a motorist driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence and driving without insurance at Sompting Road roundabout, Worthing, shortly before 6pm on Friday, July 21.

"A 45-year-old woman was spoken to, and a Range Rover was seized under Section 165(a) of the Road Traffic Act. Sussex Police is not able to comment further at this time."

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Katie Price had received her sixth driving ban in April after being banned for two years for flipping her car during a drink and drug session in December 2021.

Judge Amanda Kelly had referred to her driving record as one of the worst she had seen.

Despite being handed a suspended 16-week prison sentence for the incident, Katie's lawyer managed to get her ban reduced, citing her mental health issues as the cause of her DUI episode.