The former Celebrity Big Brother star has tweeted about the way she and her son, Harvey, who suffers from a rare genetic condition, were treated when she took him to the Hoops Aid charity event recently.

Price sent out a tweet to her two million followers expressing her disappointment.

It is currently unclear whether Price is referring to the staff or the organisers of the event.

Lance Haggith, founder of the Sports Traider charity and fundraising Hoops Aid event, spoke to MailOnline; ‘We would like to thank everyone who attended and supported Hoops Aid 2015 at the O2 Arena’The event was a huge success and will help to support the important work we do to give children of all backgrounds and abilities a chance to fulfil their sporting dreams.

‘We would also like to thank all our celebrity guests, especially those who took part, for their support.
‘As ever with events of this size, it is difficult to please everyone, especially with over 200 celebrities in attendance. But in every case we have tried our best to accommodate everyone’s wishes and we are disappointed if anyone has not enjoyed their experience.
‘This just makes us even more determined to try even harder next time to make sure absolutely everyone has a wonderful time at such an inspiring and worthwhile event.
‘We would however like to thank Katie Price for coming to support our charity.’


Price, 36, who has just sent a tweet revealing she and husband Kieran Hayler, 27, are expecting another child together, is yet to respond to Haggith.

The child will be their third together, after 21-month-old Jett and nine-month-old Bunny. Price also has Harvey with former footballer Dwight Yorke, and Junior, 9, and Princess, 7, with ex-husband Peter Andre.

Source: Daily Mail

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