Katie Price says she didn’t call police on Carl Woods after alleged attack

By Obiajulu Chiagoziem

Former Glamour model, Katie Price, has responded to Carl Woods claims through his Instagram post that that she called the police on him.

Recall that last month, Katie was rushed to the hospital after sustaining facial injuries in an alleged assault.

The statement by Essex Police regarding the incident read: “We were called by colleagues in the ambulance service to reports of an assault in Little Canfield, shortly after 1.30am this morning, Monday 23 August.

“We arrived and found a woman had sustained a facial injury which required hospital treatment. A 32-year-old man was arrested a short time later on suspicion of assault.” It concluded.

Today, Carl Woods released a video on Instagram where he said that he’d been the target of abuse on social media, and that he would never hurt Katie.

In the video, Carl also mentioned that he is a “good fella” who would “never hit or hurt her.”

“I’ve not been on Instagram for a long, long time. Let me tell you this past month has been one of the roughest of my life. I had to go into hiding and shut down. If I wasn’t a stronger person in the head it would absolutely have defeated me.” Carl said.

“Everyone just remember who I am and all the things I did at the start when I first came onto the scene, that’s all I can say.I’m a good fella. I’ve always been a good fella and always will be a good fellaAnyone who thinks anything different of me, when you know the truth and I’m allowed to tell the truth, you’ll be eating your words. I just hope everyone who had the balls to abuse me has the balls to say sorry.

“That is what I ask because I’ve screenshotted every single one of you. And finally just as I said in my story last time, I come under so much speculation and so much vile abuse because of how the media was played. I have never and would never, ever do a thing to hurt Katie, never.”

He continued: “Never ever, ever, have I felt so low. I’ve never been involved in this media world before. I’ve never seen how corrupt [it is]. Pointing fingers at people and people jump on the bandwagon and say the most vile things with no factual information whatsoever.”

Katie commented on Carl’s post saying: “mental health is so low” and went on to show her support for him: “FACT, I’ve ALWAYS said DON’T believe everything you read in the media and what Carl is saying is true.

“FACT I’ve NEVER called the police on Carl my police investigation I’m currently going through to a [sic] incident a few weeks ago is not to do with Carl.

“This man’s mental health is so low and easy to say suicidal. Someone played what they thought was a clever game and involved the media with inaccurate information.”

Katie ended her comment with a harsh tag #harveyslaw, which refers to her online agitations to make online abuse a specific offence and create a register of offenders.