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Katie Price's fiancé Carl Woods has been seen publicly for the first time since she was arrested for drink-driving.
The former glamour model pleaded guilty to drink driving and driving without insurance and whilst disqualified at Crawley Magistrates Court on Wednesday 29 September.
And her 32 year old other half, who Katie reportedly had a "massive row" with the night before her crash, was seen cutting a solo figure in Essex on Thursday morning.
Dressed in a casual black hoodie and white joggers, Carl failed to raise a smile as he was seen at a petrol station filling his car up with fuel.
Following Katie's arrest, reports emerged that she had a massive row with Carl the night before her crash and was reportedly up all night "drinking and taking cocaine".
"Katie and Carl had a massive row, and things escalated," a source told The Sun. "She's been under a lot of pressure over the past few weeks, and it seems she just snapped. Katie went off the grid for eight hours as friends tried to track her down.
"It seems during that time she turned to booze and drugs," they added.
OK! approached both Katie and Carl's representatives for further comment.
Carl released a statement on his partner, saying "the sun will shine through her once again" after her own family told her 2.6million followers they're "worried about her deeply".
"Relationships are tested, people test each other – but when you love someone like I love Katie, you enjoy the highs and good times together," the star wrote on his Instagram.
"And that bond is tested during the low and difficult times together.
"Katie is a rough diamond," Carl continued. "She has imperfections however they make her perfect to me, she just meeds that extra help to be polished.
"The sunlight will shine through her once again and the sparkles that she brings to everyone will return. I love you Katie 100 per cent. My dolly. Always here, always will be," the star added.
It comes as Katie's sentencing has been deferred until 15 December to allow her to have treatment at The Priory following her car crash.
Chair of the bench Julie Hutton at Crawley Magistrate's Court told her she was free to go but warned her against driving in the interim.
Ms Hutton said: "We regularly send people to prison for driving whilst disqualified."
Price was told her sentencing would be deferred on the condition she would receive treatment at The Priory and not commit any further offences.
She was also instructed to engage with the probation service so a report could be prepared.
Ms Hutton added: "On that basis, Ms Price, you are free to go, and good luck at The Priory."
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