Model and TV star Katie Pric e has been photographed returning to the UK after police reportedly arrested a man in connection with a video appearing to mock her son Harvey Price.
The 42-year-old model had been enjoying a romantic retreat with her new boyfriend Carl Woods in The Maldives, soaking up the sunshine in a deluxe resort.
However, the honeymoon ended when Katie was sent a vile video, which showed a man in blackface appearing to mimick her son Harvey.
Being transported by wheelchair from Heathrow airport, Katie could be seen with Carl by her side, as they travelled through the adjoining car park.
With a face mask covering her mouth and nose, Katie’s feet were encased in diamond-studded casts, protecting the scars from her intensive foot surgery earlier this year.
The return comes after police reportedly arrested a man over a video that had been sent to Katie, apparently impersonating her son Harvey.
In the video, the man – who appeared in blackface – could be seen appearing to mock the teenager’s 2016 Loose Women appearance, in which he used the word "c***".
Harvey suffers from Prader-Willi syndrome, a genetic condition that can affect muscle tone and the nervous system, sometimes causing learning difficulties.
As soon as Katie received the video, she reported it to the police, writing: "I've been sent this disgusting racist mockery p**s taking video about me and Harvey mocking his disabilities.
"Clearly planned hence the face painting! Does anybody know these disgusting humans as I will be reporting this to the police.
"Words cannot describe how upset I am, this is so cruel. These people need reporting."
Sussex police later confirmed they had arrested a man in relation to a video that had been posted on Twitter.
The statement, which had been shared with The Sun Online, read: "A 52-year-old man from Hastings has been arrested by police investigating an offensive video posted on Twitter.
"Police were made aware of the video around 8.40pm on Wednesday (November 4).
"The man was arrested around 4.45am on Thursday (November 5) on suspicion of sending by public communication network an offensive / indecent / obscene / menacing message.
"He remains in police custody at this time."
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