‘She will be traumatised’: Danielle Lloyd says close friend Katie Price ‘will need therapy’ after a 1:30 am attack in her home
Danielle Lloyd has shared how she thinks her good friend Katie Price will “need therapy” after she was allegedly assaulted at 1:30 a.m. last week.
The TV personality, 37, has said her former glamor model boyfriend, 43, will be “traumatized” after the incident in which she suffered facial injuries.
Police were called to a property where Katie was staying around 1:30 a.m. last Monday, where a man was arrested on suspicion of assault, theft and coercion and surveillance.
Support: Danielle Lloyd (pictured) has shared how she thinks her good friend Katie Price will ‘need therapy’ after being allegedly assaulted in a 1:30am attack last week
Danielle told Closer: “It was heartbreaking to hear about Katie’s ordeal. I texted her as soon as I heard, but I don’t think she has her phone.
“It really hit me because I love Katie. If it is true that she was attacked, I expect she will be totally traumatized and in need of therapy.”
An insider also told the publication that Katie is “emotionally vulnerable” and that her family is concerned about her.
Disturbing: The TV personality, 37, has said her former glamor model boyfriend, 43, will be ‘traumatised’ after the incident that left her with facial injuries (pictured)
They said, “Katie’s been through the mill for the past few years, and she’s just exhausted from everything, she’s been struggling with PTSD lately and there’s a fear that she could be retriggered.”
Following the attack, a 32-year-old man was released on bail after being arrested for assault and compulsive control of the attack.
Despite the support of her loved ones, Katie still feels “unsafe” and has strengthened security in her home after her attack.
Scary: Police were called around 1:30 a.m. last Monday when a man was arrested on suspicion of assault, theft and coercion and control behavior
It was previously reported that Katie “cannot face the prospect of a court appearance”, but a source close to the star said friends and family have gathered around her to ensure she has the strength to make a statement. pursue sentencing.
An insider told MailOnline on Thursday: “It is not true that she is dropping the case, but she is very scared and feels emotionally vulnerable.
“All her friends and family are behind her and will make sure she has the strength to carry on with the business, so she’s going full steam ahead.”
On Tuesday, the day after the attack, Katie was pictured with bruises on her face and told The Sun: “I’m still completely dazed. I’m devastated. I ran after being beaten – I ran to Harvey’s house nearby and now have damage to my feet, which I injured before.”
Katie said she was attacked while watching TV, forcing her to flee in panic to her oldest son’s house nearby.
She said the alleged attack was “unprovoked”, adding: “I was just sitting there watching the television when the attack happened.”
An Essex Police spokesman said on Tuesday: “A 32-year-old man arrested on charges of assault, theft and coercion and controlling conduct has been released on bail until September 20.”
Terrifying: Despite the support of her loved ones, Katie still feels ‘unsafe’ and has strengthened security in her home after her attack