Katie Price has been told to pay £200,000 if she wants to continue her court battle against her ex-husband Peter Andre and her former manager Claire Powell, which revolves around a privacy claim she took out in 2012.
Katie claims the two misused confidential information, alleging that they leaked info about her private life to the press.
According to The Mirror, a senior official at London’s High Court has said that the money suggested is an appropriate amount to give her a “substantial interest” in complying with future court orders in the case.
She was also apparently ordered to pay £85,000 towards costs that have already been incurred by the case by Master McCloud.
Not Kevin McCloud from Grand Designs, we assume.
The 36-year-old is reportedly seeking damages and an injunction from Peter, Claire and her company Can Associates Ltd over the privacy claim.
However, the two deny Katie’s allegations, saying she has no reasonable expectation of privacy because she puts herself and her lifestyle into the public eye quite a bit.
If Katie IS successful, her claim is only said to be worth a small amount.
Katie has taken similar action against old pal Jamelah Asmar in the past, which was settled on confidential terms.
This trial against Peter and Claire is not expected to take place before the end of this year, and, when it does happen, will probably last at least 10 days.
Watch this space…
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