Katie Price has reclaimed her Range Rover from a car pound in Sussex.

This comes as the 45-year-old former glamour model is facing another driving ban after an incident in Worthing last week.

The police seized her Range Rover after she was pulled over less than ten miles away from her home in Sussex.

The incident occurred on Friday evening when she was driving with her 21-year-old son Harvey after leaving a hair salon.

An unmarked police car ordered her to stop, and a recovery truck was called to impound her 2010 bronze Range Rover.

While the vehicle was being taken away, Katie and her son were reportedly picked up by a friend, according to The Sun.

This incident comes just weeks after Katie Price was allowed back on the roads following her sixth driving ban in April.

Her previous ban was a result of flipping her car during a drug and alcohol-and-drug-fuelled incident in December 2021.

In that case, she was banned for two years and received a suspended 16-week prison sentence.

However, her lawyer successfully argued that her mental health issues were the cause of her driving under the influence episode, leading to a reduction in her ban.

The recent police stop in Worthing is reported to involve allegations of driving without insurance and not in accordance with a license.

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."

Judge Amanda Kelly, who presided over Katie Price's previous case, referred to her driving record as one of the worst she had seen.