KATIE Price has revealed she checked into rehab in a trailer for a special edition of her reality show, My Crazy Life.
The mum-of-five is seen bravely admitting she had decided to check in and it was something that had “been brewing for a while”.
Speaking to the camera, Katie frankly says: “I’ve decided to check in as an in patient. It’s been something that’s been brewing for a while, there’s only so much I can take as a human being.”
Later in the trailer Katie is seen sitting on a sofa chatting to a friend as she admits: “Everything just got to me and the only reason I'm still sitting here now is because of my children.”
The 41-year-old went on to reveal that although she feels like she’s been to hell and back, she’s starting to feel like herself again.
Katie is also seen realising that everyone is in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sitting on the bed, she tells her friend on the phone: “I’ve come out of the hospital and realising where’s everyone gone? And everyone has isolated themselves.”
Viewers can watch the one-off special on Monday 4th May on Quest Red.
Katie is proving once and for all she's a tough cookie after revealing she "took more beastings than anyone" on gruelling reality series Celeb SAS: Who Dares Wins.
The mum of five took the brunt of ex military man Ant Middleton's fury during the first episode, and told The Sun Online she hopes viewers will now understand "my life is more than a car crash."
In Monday night's explosive episode Katie shocked fans as she revealed a fresh kidnap threat shortly before she joined the show.
She was also involved in a face-off with Ant's officer, Jason Fox, after which she was told she would give an "aspirin a headache" after her constant retorts.
Katie, who was also struggling with her mum's terminal lung disease diagnosis a year earlier, was also told to "shut the f**k up" after uttering a simple cough.
Later on, she was targeted by boss Ant for not filling up her water bottle properly.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun Online after the episode, the brave star said: “I hope now that people will understand that there is more to my life than just a car crash – I took the beastings and didn't give up.
"When I was told that I would 'even give Aspirin a headache' I had no come back – I thought: respect due, he has a point!
"I’m not used to someone else getting in a better one liner than me – I got upstaged by my Staff Commander, and fair play – he was right.
"I took more beastings than anyone –I learnt fast that there was no room for messing up."
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