Katie Price furious at 'fame hungry w****' who claims she was 'left £40,000 out of pocket' over late Instagram promotion
KATIE Price is furious she's been accused of breaking a deal to plug a competition on Instagram.
Debbie Sugrue claimed the TV star, 42, and her boyfriend Carl Woods, 32, agreed to promote a competition but left her £40,000 out of pocket when they shared the posts late – reducing the amount of entries.
Katie is furious at the allegation and sent the model a series of voice note messages.
"Well, well, you really are a fame hungry w**** aren't you," Katie said in messages shared on Instagram by Debbie.
"I've done nothing wrong to you guys."
Katie's representative told The Sun: "As you can imagine this is very upsetting for Katie and her management will be looking into this."
The 28-year-old businesswoman says she first contacted the couple through Instagram and their mediator James Austin replied confirming their interest in striking a deal with her marketing firm, Giveaway Collaborations International.
Debbie says she then paid Mr Austin's company, Lucky7 PR, a fee of £3,950.
She has now vowed to pursue Mr Austin, who was reportedly convicted in 2008 for using his grandparents’ names in a fraud case worth tens of thousands of pounds, with legal action.
Debbie told the Sunday Mirror: "This is destructive to my business.
"Nobody from their side has apologised or even acknowledged what happened.
"I was frantic. I had my clients emailing me day and night.
"It was constant excuses and Katie finally put it up three days late – two days before the competition ended."
Meanwhile, Katie's fans are convinced she's pregnant after they spotted Carl holding a pregnancy test.
The star – who finally signed the divorce papers to end her marriage with her cheating third husband Kieran Hayler this week – looked loved up in snaps with Carl yesterday.
Eagle-eyed fans strained to see if Katie had a baby bump in pictures on The Sun after Carl.
But Katie kept her figure under wraps in her baggy tracksuit.
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