Sophie Price hit back at a troll who goaded her over her sister Katie Price’s recent behaviour and drink-driving charges on an Instagram post.
Katie, 43, returned home from her sentencing court hearing Wednesday, December 15 with an adorable snap of her son Junior Andre as her return to social media.
Yet when the mum-of-five’s sister Sophie, 31, encouraged her with a string of blue heart emojis in the comments, there were some nasty responses.
“Arent you embarrassed sometimes?" one person prompted her.
After asking what she would be embarrassed about, Sophie then had a provoking comment from a different troll, who said: “Her being your sister for one."
Mum-of-one Sophie hit back: “No, actually, I'm not embarrassed!
"I have a sibling who's taken responsibility for her actions…
“Rightly so, and has been extremely honest and open about her mental health.”
While some fans agreed with Sophie, other followers continued trying to troll with Katie’s sister.
Sophie, who has recently launched a new children’s clothing line with the former reality star, didn’t reply to any other messages.
At her hearing, Katie was handed a suspended sentence by District Judge Amanda Kelly, who warned the star the only reason she wasn’t going to spend Christmas in prison was due to the previous decision of Chair of the Bench Julie Hutton.
Hutton delayed Katie’s sentencing at her last hearing and ordered her to get treatment from The Priory Rehabilitation Centre.
"I cannot send you to jail today even though you may deserve to spend Christmas behind bars,” Kelly said after the sentencing was passed.
"You are extremely lucky the magistrates on a previous occasion decided to defer their decision."
"When you chose to get behind the wheel that night you showed no concern for others,” the judge continued. "You could have killed somebody.
“Your actions meant the emergency services had to use up their precious time. You knowingly and deliberately flouted a court order and not for the first time. You seem to think you are above the law."
Katie was ordered to pay £213, which is made up of £85 court costs and a £128 victim surcharge at Wednesday’s hearing, still owing thousands more for previous instances.
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