KATIE Price has been driving illegally and could be prosecuted after she was caught behind the wheel without a valid licence.
The 44-year-old licence has been medically revoked meaning she could wind up in court if she gets behind the wheel again.
Katie was pictured beaming last month as she returned to the roads in her £60,000 Hummer.
In a matter of days, the mum was snapped behind the wheel of a Range Rover and Infiniti, too.
The mum-of-five has been warned she will wind up in court if she drives again without her licence.
But we can now reveal she was in breach of the law.
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A source said: "Katie’s gutted that her return behind the wheel has been so short-lived.
"She was over the moon last month to finally get back on the road after a difficult two years and has worked hard to turn her life around.
"This latest brush with the law has come as a huge blow that she really could do without.
"She has no choice but to keep her car off the road in order to avoid another court date."
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Katie was given a suspended 16-week jail term in December 2021 after flipping her vehicle while over the drink-drive limit.
Despite her appalling driving record, her two-year ban after crashing her car during the cocaine-fuelled crash is understood to have been reduced.
At the time, Judge Amanda Kelly said Price had “one of the worst driving records I have seen”.
But her lawyer negotiated due to her “mental health” at the time of her sentencing and argued PTSD and a suicide attempt was the reason she drove while under the influence.
She is understood to have completed a drink-drive rehabilitation course to get back on the road early after her sixth ban last year.
But it appears as though Katie got back behind the wheel too soon.
Speaking about the incident, Katie previously said: "I could have killed myself.
"I could have killed someone else. I deserved to be punished, enough was enough.
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"Getting in the car was a terrible mistake I’m so sorry for.
"That was a prime example of me having been triggered and not knowing how to handle it, an example of me spiralling out of control because I needed help."
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